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Engie to merge its Africa and Middle East activities

Engie to merge its Africa and Middle East activities

Scheduled to take place at the beginning of next year, the French energy group’s rationalisation follows its decision to withdraw from some twenty countries.

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            ▪ Engie to merge its Africa and Middle East activities

▪ Scheduled to take place at the beginning of next year, the French energy group’s rationalisation follows its decision to withdraw from some twenty countries.

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19/08/2020 at 17h04, by Jeune Afrique Business+

Following a review of its organisational structure in January 2016, Engie has decided to further consolidate its 11 geographical business units, which are focused on one or several countries.

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