Daimler receives U.S. order of 288 school buses
The vehicle manufacturer Daimler has a contract for the U.S. the delivery of 288 school buses will receive. Durham School Services have at Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) 288 Thomas Built school bus ordered, shared the DAX index with companies.
Hochtief to take over facility management at Bahrain Airport
The construction services provider HOCHTIEF is now responsible be for the facility management at Bahrain International Airport. This task will become the company together with its partner, Fulfill Bahrain Airport Company (BAC), said the MDAX-listed with the group. Both Companies formed for the task, the joint venture Hochtief Facility Management Bahrain Airport W.LL.
First Course Cable Germany 22.50 (issue price of 22) EUR
Germany’s largest cable operator, the cable Germany AG, with a price of EUR 22.50 in trading started. Compared to the issue price of 22 euros, this corresponds to Premium of 2.3%.
Wants to fight until July to decide on IPO – SZ
The food holding of Großmolkereibesitzers Theo Miller and the former bakery company wants Heiner Kamps by mid-year on a possible IPO decide. "By the end of June to be clear where the journey," said Fight the "Sueddeutsche Zeitung" (SZ). The Walk to Parquet was not, however, needed to raise capital. He was one of several options, the struggle.
Chinese Joyou going on 30 March to the Market
The Chinese valve manufacturer is aiming to be Joyou IPO in Frankfurt on 30 March onwards. As the Prospectus of Holding AG Joyou shown to be a total of up to 8.05 million Shares offered to the public for subscription, of which 1.05 million shares from the ownership of existing shareholders.
Sanofi Aventis plans to expand share of Indian pharma – TV
French drugmaker Sanofi-Aventis wants Hoechst GmbH through its German holding his share of his India to develop subsidiary. The holding company wanted by the billionaire Vijay Mallya and three other shareholders hold 10.3% share of the Aventis Pharma acquired for INR 4.14 billion (approximately EUR 67.6 million), reported the ET NOW news channel without citing sources.
Arrow recommends sale of Australian assets to Shell / PetroChina
The Arrow Energy Ltd to the sale of its coal gas business in Australia at the two oil companies, Shell and Petro China agreed. For AUD 3.44 billion (2.33 billion euros), the Royal Dutch take over Shell Plc and PetroChina Co the bulk of the business in the country, announced Arrow.
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