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Suez Environnement shares suffered a big wobble on 14 February after the company reported full-year net income of €251 million.
If France is getting too tough for private water, operators should look east towards Romania.
CHART OF THE MONTH - Performance of Suez Environnement and Veolia Environnement Vol 14, Issue 2 (February 2013)
This month’s chart shows the share prices and net income of Suez Environnement and Veolia Environnement for the last few years
The troubled French group needs an urgent debt restructuring and a capital injection in order to revitalise its balance sheet for future growth. It will be a painful process.
Christopher Gasson sees a significant new direction for the water industry.
GdF Suez wants to dissolve the Suez Environnement shareholder pact next year.
A nail-biting month for the French giant culminated in a reassuring set of third-quarter results. Planned bond buybacks in Q4 will support the debt reduction strategy.
The French commune of Dunkirk has negotiated an income-related water tariff scheme with Lyonnaise des Eaux. How will it affect the private operator’s margins?
Dunkirk’s new tariff scheme is a first for France. What is its potential for replication?
This year Suez Environnement has been actively repositioning itself to maximise its growth potential in difficult market conditions. CEO Jean-Louis Chaussade explains the rationale to Christopher Gasson.