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Veolia threatens Suez shareholders with legal action in the event of the sale of strategic assets.
The Veolia group warned on Sunday that it would initiate legal proceedings against the directors of Suez who would authorize the sale of the group's strategic assets, reacting to information suggesting negotiations in this direction.
"Veolia announces that it is studying all legal avenues to block these sales and, if they were to take place, engage the individual responsibility of those who authorized them," said the group, engaged in a takeover bid, in a statement to AFP on his rival. "Suez does not comment on the rumors," said for his part the latter, while information circulated in the financial press on the fate of its assets in waste in Australia and Great Britain.
In the same press release, Veolia indicated that it would announce, during the week, a proposal likely to "come out on top" of the conflict with Suez.
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US president Joe Biden has previously expressed concerns about the situation in Ireland after Brexit. He told reporters in November the US did not want a "guarded border" on the island of Ireland and that it had taken a lot of hard work to reach a settlement and end decades of conflict.And before his election, Mr Biden - an Irish American - said that any UK-US post-Brexit trade deal had to be "contingent" on respect for the Good Friday Agreement and must not endanger the peace process.