Paris, the world’s most expensive city, has announced a deal with a French company to create a series of French-language TV shows, concerts, festivals and other events that will be broadcast on French-speaking television stations and on French radio stations.
French TV channels will be the only ones allowed to broadcast the new series.
The French-produced series will be dubbed and broadcast in the United States by French-owned station BVF, which is owned by the French conglomerate Anheuser-Busch InBev.
BVFs parent company, Anheusers-Busche, will pay BVFA for the rights to air the shows and is hoping the deal will help the French economy.
The plan is part of a broader strategy by Anheus, the German brewer that is a major sponsor of the Paris sports teams.
Anheuss also owns the American-based ESPN and is the owner of the Los Angeles Lakers basketball team.
The deal is expected to generate $4 billion in new spending for France.
In the United State, the deal is the latest in a string of moves by Anheimers, including a $5 billion merger of the United Kingdom-based beer giant Heineken and its American subsidiary, Anheim.
The two companies have also announced a new partnership.
The deals are being made possible by the European Union’s (EU) new rules on free-trade agreements.
A deal between the French-based company and Anheaus is likely to take effect on July 1.
The new agreement, which also includes other agreements, is likely the result of the efforts of French President Emmanuel Macron, who has been seeking to expand the role of France in the EU.
The president has also made several announcements to strengthen ties with other countries, including with Mexico, which he has promised to negotiate a free trade agreement with.
The Paris accord is also a big boost for France’s economy, which has been battered by the global financial crisis.
Its economy contracted by 3.3 percent in the first half of the year, compared to a year earlier.
It is the worst performer in Europe, the eurozone and North America, according to the IMF.
Anheims, which currently has a market value of about $5.7 billion, expects to make $2.2 billion profit in the year that began in March 2018.
The agreement with BVFI will also allow the company to make a series about the history of the B.VF beer company.
AnHEUS will produce the shows, called BVFM and BVFL, and will be able to air them in France on stations owned by BV FA, which runs BVFC and BVDF.
An HEUS spokesman, Jean-Luc Brouillette, said that BVFE was the most important element in the new deal.
Brouille added that the new partnership was “part of our strategy to become a leading producer of sports, culture and music in the European and world markets.”