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© Reuters. Le bandiere dell’Unione europea sventolano fuori dalla sede della Commissione Ue a Bruxelles, Belgio, 5 maggio 2021. REUTERS/Yves Herman

BRUXELLES/PARIGI (Reuters) – Le autorità Antitrust della Ue sono pronte ad approvare la fusione di Veolia e Suez in seguito alle concessioni offerte dalle società francesi che si occupano della gestione di acqua e rifiuti. 

E’ quanto reso noto da persone vicine alla situazione.

L’accordo, del valore di circa 13 miliardi di euro, porterà alla creazione di un colosso globale maggiormente in grado di affrontare la concorrenza delle rivali cinesi. 

(Tradotto in redazione a Danzica da Michela Piersimoni, in redazione a Milano Gianluca Semeraro, michela.piersimoni@thomsonreuters.com, +48 587696616)

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