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    1. Barcelona-based infrastructure group <b>Abertis</b> has been ...
      November 2, 2014
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      November 2, 2014

      Abertis – eyes on the road

      Barcelona-based infrastructure group Abertis has been divesting many of its businesses to focus on toll roads. FT business editor Sarah Gordon asks chief executive Francisco Reynes about Spain's recovery and whether Abertis would leave Barcelona if Catalan gained independence.5m 54secs

    2. beyondbrics

      August 25, 2014

      Bolivia settles with foreign companies as elections approach [updated]

      ...office in 2006. His government subsequently seized a subsidiary of Telecom Italia and an airport operator owned by Spain’s Abertis-Aena, plus the Bolivian assets of UK-based Rurelec, of France’s GDF Suez and of Spain’s Red Eléctrica and Iberdrola...Andres Schipani

    3. August 14, 2014

      Orange looks to offload Spanish mobile masts to cut costs

      ...familiar with the situation. The value of tower deals can be difficult to estimate, although in a comparable deal in 2013 Abertis acquired 4,227 mobile telephone towers for €385m from Telefónica and Yoigo in Spain. Orange declined to comment. Revenues...By Daniel Thomas, Telecoms Correspondent

    1. March 18, 2014

      Catalan business takes a nervous look at independence

      ...for as long as anyone can remember. It is home to many of Spain´s biggest companies, including Gas Natural, Caixabank, Abertis, Grifols and Banco Sabadell and provides a regional base for countless international groups. Their take on independence should...By Tobias Buck in Barcelona

    2. March 9, 2014

      Abertis on track to end sell-off programme

      Abertis, the world’s largest toll road operator...Eutelsat, the French satellite group. Abertis used to have more than a 30 per cent stake...to let it take control of the business. Abertis has made a string of disposals since 2011...By Mark Odell, Transport Correspondent

    3. February 21, 2014

      Stalled Aena plan casts doubt over Luton revival

      ...which limited the size of the stake and the management capacity for the entrants,” he added. Spanish infrastructure groups Abertis and Ferrovial, which this week made an offer for Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton airports, ruled out their interest. Analysts...By Jane Wild and Miles Johnson

    4. December 1, 2013

      UK revival leaves envious eurozone in shade

      ...for €385m. Separately Aena, Spain’s state airports operator, was part of a consortium that bought Luton airport from Abertis, another Spanish group, earlier this year. Italian corporates are attracted by the relative certainty when it comes to tax...By FT Reporters

    5. September 18, 2013

      Abertis takes the high road to Brazil

      When Abertis, the world’s biggest toll road operator...Latin America’s largest economy. Now Abertis is considering investing further into Brazil...building scheme in at least a generation. Abertis lost the first tender on Wednesday but...By Joe Leahy in São Paulo

    6. beyondbrics

      September 16, 2013

      Bolivia: not all investors are equal

      ...would pay no compensation to Spain’s Abertis-Aena for the nationalisation of its local...nothing to negotiate,” Morales said of Abertis. The company previously managed Bolivia’s three...The news will have come as a shock, as Abertis had reportedly been negotiating...Andres Schipani

    7. September 12, 2013

      The shaking up of Europe’s old order

      ...shareholdings than Caixabank of Barcelona, with its stakes in companies such as Repsol, Telefónica, Gas Natural, the utility, and Abertis, the infrastructure group. But Caixabank seems in no hurry to sell. Instead, the trailblazer is Bankia, a nationalised...By Tony Barber

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