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Aeroports de Paris converts SETA shares into OMA shares
Empresas ICA SAB de CV defaults on debt repayment
Empresas ICA SAB de CV and CDPQ come to an agreement to create an operational platform dedicated to transportation projects in Mexico
Empresas ICA, S.A.B. de C.V. is a holding company that conducts all of its operations through subsidiaries that perform civil and industrial construction and engineering; engage in real estate and home development, and operate infrastructure facilities, including airports, toll roads and water treatment systems. The Company operates in five segments: Civil Construction, Industrial Construction, Concessions, Airports, and Corporate and Other. It is an engineering, procurement and construction company, and a provider of construction services to both public and private−sector clients in Mexico and abroad. It is engaged in a range of construction and related activities, involving the development and construction of infrastructure facilities, as well as industrial and urban construction. It is engaged in the construction, maintenance and operation of airports, highways, social infrastructure and tunnels, and in the management and operation of water supply systems.
Del. Benito Juarez
Bernardo Quintana Isaac
Chairman of the Board
Guadalupe Phillips Margain
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Pablo Garcia Aguilar
Chief Financial and Treasury Officer
Porfirio Gonzalez Alvarez
Divisional Director of Airports, Chief Executive Officer of GACN
Prospero Antonio Ortega Castro
Corporate Director of Administration and Risk
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(Corrects paragraph 18 to show ICA said a court had declared fine void and that the regulator is appealing)
* Q1 CONSOLIDATED NET SALES AMOUNTED TO SEK 27,181 MILLION (25,703), AN INCREASE OF 5.8%
Mexico's state workers' pension fund plowed more than $20 million into ICA <ICA.MX> and became the largest shareholder as the builder spiraled toward insolvency, according to people familiar with the matter, with the fund's investment set to be wiped out in a restructuring.
Mexican construction company ICA said on Monday that a judge had approved its creditors agreement, ending the group's bankruptcy proceedings.
* Q3 consolidated net sales amounted to SEK 26,428 million (25,752), an increase of 2.6%
Mexican construction firm ICA said on Wednesday its experienced Chief Executive Officer Luis Zarate has died, dealing a fresh blow to the company as it seeks to battle its way out of a heavy debt load.
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