France set to reveal privatisation plans for EDF, GDF, Sanef

  • 04 Feb 2005

Bankers are eagerly awaiting the announcement by the French government of the order and scale of its 2005 privatisation programme, which will take place on Tuesday.

Several state companies are jostling for pole position in the privatisation line-up.

Société des Autoroutes du Nord et ...

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