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Suez wins contracts worth 266 million euros in China.
Good news for Suez. The water and waste treatment specialist has signed 21 construction and operation contracts with several partners, cities and provinces in China, for an amount of 266 million euros. "These new contracts allow us to further expand our presence in China while contributing to the achievement of the country’s green growth goals," said Deputy Director General Ana Giros, who heads this region, in a statement.
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Suez also indicated that it has entered into a strategic partnership with the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region to provide it with intelligent surveillance and monitoring services. environnment management.
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