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"… e political parties.United Water was purchased in 2000 by Paris-based Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux, the world's largest water company; since 1994, Suez ma …"

"… sp;Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux, the world's largest water company; since 1994, Suez maintained a "strategic alliance" with the Harrington, N.J.-based, company …"

"… aintained a "strategic alliance" with the Harrington, N.J.-based, company. Suez also owns US Water LLC, also based in New Jersey. Vivendi, the second …"

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"… de Barcelona, a partially owned subsidiary of the French water giant Suez, won the 20-year contract and held 44.81 percent of the newly formed compa …"

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"… rs of two multinational utility companies, Thames Water and Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux. Just four months earlier, the companies had taken cont …"

"… y forming partnerships with Suharto's children and cronies.Both Thames and Suez executives abandoned their posh offices in the central business district, …"

"… an answer. He was shocked and disgusted at the departure of the Thames and Suez executives. "They did not even telephone me," he recalled later. "We had n …"

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"… ter — owned by Ondeo, a subsidiary of the French water company Suez, and the Lopez family of Manila — said it intended to leave the concessi …"

"… ation served.'"In Paris, Gérard Payen, senior executive vice president of Suez, blamed the Philippine government for the missed targets."The reality is t …"

"… acilities and the pipeline network – assets that generate their revenues.Suez's Payen said the concession contract is "overloaded with the debts" from M …"

The 'aguas' tango

By Daniel Santoro

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"… ie Générale des Eaux (now Vivendi) and Lyonnaise des Eaux (now Suez). The consortium didn't pay a cent for the concession, but promised to red …"

"… hed like water into sand.Gérard Payen, senior executive vice president of Suez, told ICIJ that Buenos Aires is a "very big success" because the company i …"

"… he world's major private utility companies. To land the Buenos Aires deal, Suez and Vivendi joined forces in 1992 with Menem supporter Soldati to create A …"

Metered to death

By Jacques Pauw

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"… ady had established deep roots in the country.Lyonnaise des Eaux, now Suez, was the first water multinational to create a presence in South Africa …"

"… es.Through its wholly owned subsidiary of Lyonnaise Water Southern Africa, Suez bought interests in South Africa's largest construction company and a pipe …"

"… ems, as well as provide substantial savings and a world-class service. The Suez subsidiary said consumption would rise and consumers would start paying as …"

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"… can walk on water.While serving as CEO of the largest water utility, Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux, from 1987 to 2000, Monod helped plan the privatization …"

"… e run French waterworks to one degree or another since the Napoleonic era. Suez and Vivendi Environnement are by far the largest private water c …"

"… -market dominance, they set out in the early 1980s to privatize the world. Suez now controls water services in 130 countries on five continents and has ab …"

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"… always xenophobic," explained Jean-Luc Trancart, director general at Suez.Another Suez executive, Senior Vice President Gérard Payen, said French c …"

"… hobic," explained Jean-Luc Trancart, director general at Suez.Another Suez executive, Senior Vice President Gérard Payen, said French companies were …"

"… handled by three big firms — Vivendi controls nearly half of them, while Suez has nearly a quarter, and Saur, the water division of the French conglomer …"

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"… grity, showed that world's three largest water companies — France's Suez and Vivendi Environnement, and British-based Thames Wa …"

"… -year contract — the largest of its kind in the United States — with a Suez subsidiary after only four years and returned control to the public utilit …"

"… h Africa, heavy lobbying by private multinational water companies, such as Suez, together with advice from the World Bank helped persuade local councils t …"