Proactiva Medio Ambiente
26 articles about "Proactiva Medio Ambiente"
A new $22 billion water spending initiative will require private finance to make it a reality. President Macri is making all the right noises, but international private water companies have long memories.
The Spanish group’s largest shareholder has made a takeover offer after accumulating more than 30% of the company’s equity. It is the precursor to a comprehensive strategic review which could strengthen the hand of the Aqualia water division.
Multiple bankruptcies could dramatically change the ownership structure of the Brazilian water concessions market. Who is in the frame to pick up the assets on offer?
The French water giant has set an ambitious target to double its revenues from the mining and metals industry. Despite the scale of the rewards on offer, it remains a volatile market.
Veolia wants to leverage its global reference portfolio – and its local connections – to penetrate deeper into the Latin American water market.
With an established LatAm water and waste specialist now fully at its disposal, the French group wants to leverage its global expertise to generate double-digit growth in the region. What are its priorities?
Jeff Sterba announced his retirement as CEO of American Water less than a week before the company’s annual investor day on 17 December.
David Lloyd Owen presents his fifteenth annual review of PSP in the international water arena. With a seventh of the world’s population now served by the private sector, what’s next in the market for outsourced services?
Veolia has bought FCC out of Proactiva, their joint venture for the Latin American water and waste market.
Veolia is to take control of Proactiva, its joint venture with aqualia for water and waste projects in the Latin American market.