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Cement Giants Holcim Ltd. And Lafarge SA Facing Hurdles To Merger
Holcim said Wednesday it has set up a divestment committee for its merger with Lafarge and has received �considerable� interest from prospective buyers in other countries, including �companies from the construction industry� and �financial investors ...
Planned Holcim-Lafarge Tie-Up Faces Hurdles  Wall Street Journal
CVC, KKR Mull $6.8 Billion Holcim-Lafarge Unit Bids  Bloomberg
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Holcim to Merge With Lafarge to Form Biggest Cement Maker
Holcim Ltd. and Lafarge SA (LG) agreed to form the world's largest cement maker as they prepare to sell assets with 5 billion euros ($6.9 billion) in revenue to win regulatory approval for the biggest European deal this year.
Lafarge And Holcim To Form Biggest Cement Company In A Merger Of Equals  Bidness Etc
Antitrust Hurdles Loom Large for Giant Cement Merger  New York Times
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Lafarge, Holcim Merger: India's Antitrust Watchdog Begins Public Scrutiny Of ...
NEW DELHI -- India's anti-trust regulator, the Competition Commission of India, or CCI, said Saturday that it had begun public scrutiny of of a proposed merger between cement makers Holcim Limited and Lafarge S.A.. The deal would create one of the ...
CCI says Holcim-Lafarge merger may hurt competition  Livemint
ACC, Ambuja Cements to be watched  Business Standard
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Lafarge aims to merge SA, Nigerian units in deal worth $1.35bn
LAGOS - French cement maker Lafarge will combine its South African business with publicly traded Nigerian unit Lafarge Wapco, listing its African interests together on the Lagos bourse, its country CEO said on Tuesday. Guillaume Roux said the deal ...
Lafarge to merge South Africa, Nigeria units in $1.35bn deal
Lafarge Combination of African Units Rivals Dangote Cement  Bloomberg
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Holcim, Lafarge Submit Formal Merger Application To The European Commission
Switzerland-based Holcim and French firm Lafarge have officially made 20 notifications for their merger. Out of that, seven countries - Morocco, Kenya, South Africa, Singapore, Turkey, Russia and Ukraine - have greenlit the deal. Talks with regulators ...
Lafarge, Holcim Offer Selling Slovakia Unit for Merger  Bloomberg
Holcim Philippines eyes Lafarge Republic's assets  Rappler
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Billionaire Birla Said Among Bidders on Lafarge-Holcim
The two cement producers are selling units with an enterprise value of 5 billion euros ($6.3 billion) to 7 billion euros, two of the people said, as they seek antitrust backing for a planned $40 billion merger.
UltraTech eyes Holcim-Lafarge assets to cement global position  Hindu Business Line
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Moody's changes the outlook on Lafarge's Ba1 rating to negative
Frankfurt am Main, August 12, 2013 -- Moody's Investors Service has today changed the outlook on all ratings of Lafarge SA to negative from stable. Concurrently, Moody's has affirmed Lafarge's Ba1 corporate family (CFR), Ba1-PD probability of default ...
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Moody's places Lafarge's ratings on review for upgrade
Frankfurt am Main, April 07, 2014 -- Moody's Investors Service, ("Moody's") has today placed on review for upgrade the Ba1 corporate family rating (CFR), the Ba1-PD probability of default rating (PDR) for Lafarge SA (Lafarge) and all Ba1 debt ratings ...
Lafarge merges SA, Nigerian units
It owns 100 percent of the Lafarge South African business. The consolidation will enable Lafarge to accelerate growth on the African continent and expand its product offering in South Africa and across the region, the cement maker has said as a reason ...
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EU Approves Holcim, Lafarge Cement Merger
0 COMMENTS. BRUSSELS�Cement companies Holcim Ltd. and Lafarge SA cleared a major hurdle toward their planned $43 billion merger after antitrust authorities in Europe said the deal could go ahead, subject to significant asset sales across the region.