Europe 1 with AFP 6:01 p.m., January 18, 2022

Veolia officially became the owner of Suez on Tuesday, after receiving the shares of its rival acquired after a takeover bid, the group said. The world number one in water and waste, which had already bought 29.9% of the capital of Suez from Engie, received on Tuesday more than 363.6 million additional shares from its takeover bid. 

Veolia officially became the owner of Suez on Tuesday, after receiving the shares of its rival acquired after a takeover bid, the group said.

The world number one in water and waste, which had already bought 29.9% of the capital of Suez from Engie, received on Tuesday more than 363.6 million additional shares from its takeover bid.

Now holder of 86.22% of Suez, Veolia has reopened the takeover bid for a few more days, in order to reach 100%.

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