Suez had planned to sell 77.5% of the company to local group Aguas Alberdi, allowing Spain’s Passavant Espana to operate the concession. But an Argentine government demand that Suez and Agbar first withdraw their lawsuit with the World Bank’s International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes for $310 million in damages caused the deal to collapse. Aguas de Santa Fe will...
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