Veolia sells Morocco water, waste services to Actis
PARIS, March 8
PARIS, March 8 (Reuters) - Veolia Environnement has agreed to sell its Moroccan water, wastewater and electricity services operated by concession companies Redal and Amendis to investment fund Actis in a deal worth around 370 million euros ($484 million).
The transaction will reduce the company's debt by around 88 million euros in 2013, Veolia said in a statement on Friday.
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