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SOLID REVENUE GROWTH AND RESULTS EXCEEDED OBJECTIVES • REVENUE: o +4.9% AND +3.5% LIKE-FOR-LIKE GROWTH TO €25,125 MILLION o ACCELERATION TO +6.3%1 GROWTH IN THE FOURTH QUARTER DUE TO CONTINUED GOOD COMMERCIAL MOMENTUM • EBITDA : o GROWTH OF +2.7%1 TO €3,284 MILLION o +5.2%1 IN THE FOURTH QUARTER • €255 MILLION IN COST SAVINGS ACHIEVED IN 2017, IN LINE WITH THE GROUP’S OBJECTIVE • CURRENT EBIT: o +5,3%1 GROWTH TO €1,519 MILLION • CURRENT NET INCOME – GROUP SHARE: o AN INCREASE OF +7,3%1 EXCLUDING CAPITAL GAINS TO €623 MILLION • FURTHER INCREASE IN POST-TAX ROCE TO 8.4% • PROPOSAL TO INCREASE THE DIVIDEND BY 5% TO €0.84 PER SHARE • 2018-2019 OBJECTIVES ENTIRELY CONFIRMED
The result of the merger between m2ocity and Homerider Systems, both pioneers in the remote meter reading, Birdz has just delivered its six millionth connected object to COBAS (Urban Community of South Arcachon Bay) in France. This is a record figure for this unique expertise serving the smart city and the quality of the urban environment. Water, energy, waste, temperature, pollution, noise and public lighting: Birdz’ expertise spans the entire value chain from sensor design to data mining. This is a “promising start” for this Nova Veolia subsidiary.
Veolia plans to notify investors of its intention to redeem its deeply subordinated perpetual hybrid debt in Euros and in Sterling issued in January 2013, for respective nominal amounts of €1 billion and £400 million.
By recommendation of the Company's Nomination Committee, today Veolia’s Board of Directors decided to propose the renewal of Antoine Frerot's term of office as a Director at the Annual General Shareholder's Meeting. The Board will appoint Antoine Frérot as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Veolia for a further term of four years, subject to the approval at the Annual Shareholder’s General Meeting.
The operational difficulties announced by SUEZ have no relation to VEOLIA Group's activities. VEOLIA fully confirms the guidances previously communicated to the market.
The Société d’Energie et d’Eau du Gabon, a subsidiary of the Veolia Group, has filed a request for conciliation against Gabon at ICSID in response to its expropriation in violation of the basic rules of international law and the principles recognized by the community of nations.
Today, armed men commandeered the SEEG – Société d’énergie et d’eau du Gabon, Gabon’s Energy and Water Company, acting on a decision of the Gabon’s Water and Energy Ministry. The Veolia Group strongly protests against this brutal action taken entirely contrary to the rule of law, and is doing everything it can to support its employees in Gabon, who for two decades have been committed to providing the best public water and electricity service to the country’s citizens.
Veolia Environmental Services North America, LLC, a subsidiary of Veolia North America, Inc. (“Veolia”) and Clean Harbors, Inc. (“Clean Harbors”) (NYSE: CLH) today announced the signing of a definitive agreement whereby Clean Harbors will acquire Veolia North America’s U.S. Industrial Cleaning Services Division for $120 million in an all-cash transaction. The acquisition is expected to close in the first quarter of 2018, subject to approval by U.S. regulators and other customary closing conditions.

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