Home central and west africa business FRANCE GABON 07/03/2018 Why Ali Bongo unceremoniously dumped Veolia Above and beyond the tense financial climate in Gabon, this decision reflects state mismanagement and Ali Bongo's desire to edge out French business interests. [...] (354 words) This article may be accessed by subscribers and e-wallet holders (EUR 6) Log in to read more Already have an account? Log in Keep me logged in Forgot your password? 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[...] GABON 15/01/2019 Veolia's SEEG ejection: Libreville picks arbitrator at last Gabon has at last announced its choice of arbitrator in [...] Breaking news AFRICA FRANCE GABON 14/12/2018 A new Africa boss named at Veolia Antoine Frerot, chairman and chief executive of France's Veolia utilities group, is to appoint a new head of Africa and [...] GABON 11/12/2018 Olam's Gagan Gupta powers Bongo's electricity goals The largest private employer in Gabon, with a payroll of nearly 15,000 in the agro-food sector, Singaporean firm OLAM seems [...] FRANCE GABON 14/11/2018 Macron takes an interest in Ali Bongo's health The French president Emmanuel Macron is closely monitoring Ali Bongo's [...] GABON 31/10/2018 Taxman adds to Bollore's woes in Owendo The subsidiary of the French conglomerate Vivendi is at loggerheads with the tax authorities. [...] FRANCE GABON 03/10/2018 Veolia appeals to ICSID in its dispute with the state Free Expelled in February from Gabon, where it had been managing its subsidiary Societe d'eau et d'electricite du Gabon (SEEG), Veolia [...] GABON 21/08/2018 High risk conciliation between SEEG (Veolia) and Libreville Veolia and Gabon held a closed-door meeting in Paris from July 28 to 29 after the French group was stripped of its water and power concession in February. [...] GABON 23/05/2018 Veolia seeks a positive outcome to the SEEG saga The boss of the French firm, Antoine Frerot, is in favour of negotiating with Libreville. Here's why. [...] GABON 04/04/2018 Minutes of SEEG meetings spell trouble for the government At the board meetings held at the Societe d'energie et [...] GABON 21/03/2018 Veolia ponders its strategy against Gabon The French company is envisaging legal action following the cancellation of its contract to manage SEEG. [...] GABON 20/03/2018 Under pressure, Veolia raises the spectre of ICSID After tensions between Libreville and Veolia reached a head on February 16 when armed forces seized control of its local [...] Breaking news FRANCE GABON 15/03/2018 Pascal Canfin to assist the government in its dispute with Veolia WWF France director general Pascal Canfin has been asked by the Gabonese authorities to carry out an environmental study as [...] GABON 13/03/2018 Government breathing down Eramet's neck With Libreville tipped to make a bid for the 11.2% stake in Gabonese manganese miner Eramet currently up for sale [...] Breaking news GABON 22/02/2018 Brice Laccruche Alihanga shows his power in government reshuffle Even though it looks none too far-reaching, the February 20 Gabonese government reshuffle shows the growing influence of presidential chief [...] GABON 21/02/2018 Trouble ahead for the government on the SEEG dossier The termination of Veolia's concession will in all likelihood end up in court. [...] GABON 07/02/2018 Laccruche Alihanga's growing influence at the palace The 38-year-old Brice Laccruche Alihanga, who is Ali Bongo's chief of staff and head of his political committee within the [...] Breaking news GABON FRANCE 09/10/2017 Exclusive. Bollore settles his differences with Ali Bongo on the port of Owendo French entrepreneur Vincent Bollore, who has been battling with the Gabonese authorities for several months over management rights at the [...] Receive prompts for these topics GABON Aeroport Marseille Provence Alain Claude Billie By Nze Ali Bongo Bollore Bouygues Brice Laccruche Alihanga Egis Emmanuel Issoze Ndonget Emmanuel Macron Franck Paris Mayer Brown No more Eiffel Tower spirit Olam Patrick Eyogo Edzang Societe d'Energie et d'Eau du Gabon Sodexo Veolia See all keywordsSee fewer keywords Create a freenotification What is a notification?