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ACS Increases Buyback Program To Up To 6.99% Of Share Capital, Worth Up To 660 Mln Euros
Hochtief Wins Order Worth EUR 500 Mln
ACS Intends To Preserve Working Capital, Open To M&A
Acs Actividades de Construccion y Servicios SA, formerly ACS Actividades de Construccion y Servicios SA, is a Spain-based holding company primarily engaged in the construction and engineering sector, as well as communications. The Company's business is divided into three segments: Construction, which includes civil construction works, residence and non-residential building, concession activity, mining and real estate; Industrial Services, involved in engineering, installation and maintenance of industrial infrastructure in energy, communication and controlling system sectors; and Environment, which comprises such services as street cleaning, waste collection and transportation, waste recycling, commercial and industrial management of water circulation and urban gardening.
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Florentino Perez Rodriguez
Executive Chairman of the Board
Marcelino Fernandez Verdes
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Antonio Garcia Ferrer
Executive Vice Chairman of the Board
Jose Maria Castillo Lacabex
Chief Executive Officer of Cobra
John Di Ciurcio
Chief Executive Officer of Flatiron
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Acs Actividades de Construccion y Servicios SA:
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Wednesday:
The EU executive on Friday cleared Spain's ACS <ACS.MC> and Italy's Atlantia <ATL.MI> to buy motorway firm Abertis <ABE.MC>, saying the purchase would not raise competition concerns.
Spain's stock market regulator said on Wednesday it had asked interested parties involved in the taking over of Abertis <ABE.MC> to not reveal private information about the 18-billion-euro deal.
Spain's market regulator on Monday cleared Hochtief's <HOTG.DE> takeover bid for toll road company Abertis <ABE.MC>, starting a one month period in which Hochtief and rival bidder Atlantia <ATL.MI> can improve their proposals.
Spain's ACS <ACS.MC> and Italy's Atlantia <ATL.MI> said they are in talks over their competing bids for Spanish toll road company Abertis <ABE.MC> and a source said they could decide to break up the company rather than press on with a costly takeover battle.
Atlantia <ATL.MI> is interested in the Italian, French and part of the Latin American assets of Spain's Abertis <ABE.MC> if it reaches a deal with ACS <ACS.MC> over a break-up of the Spanish toll-road operator, a source close to the matter said.
Atlantia is interested in the Italian, French and part of the Latin American assets of Spain's Abertis if it reaches a deal with ACS over a break-up of the Spanish toll-road operator, a source close to the matter said.
ACS ACTIVIDADES DE CONSTRUCCION Y SERVICIOS SA:
Germany's Hochtief <HOTG.DE>, controlled by Spanish building and infrastructure company ACS <ACS.MC>, will decide next week whether to make an offer for toll road operator Abertis <ABE.MC>, people close to the matter said.
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