AGBAR

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AGBARAguas Barcelona (Spanish utilities investor)
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Terrace views include: Torre Agbar, La Sagrada Familia, and the Barcelona Cathedral.
(17) La Torre Agbar tambien aparece en la portada de La ciudad mentirosa (2007) de Manuel Delgado Ruiz, que critica ferozmente el proceso de convertir la ciudad de Barcelona en un producto o una imagen para vender.
18 July 2014 - French water and environmental services provider Suez Environnement Company SA (EPA:SEV) announced today its entry into an agreement to buy the rest of Spanish water utility Sociedad General de Aguas de Barcelona SA (Agbar) from Criteria CaixaHolding SA (La Caixa).
Barcelona's Torre Agbar is a building that has it all, architecturally speaking, according to Mahmoud Shahin.
The proposed space would have had an area twice that available today but was occupied by companies and workers' housing until the early twenty-first century, when a project was commissioned from Jean Nouvel, the architect who designed the Torre Agbar, Barcelona's new global icon.
Aguas Andinas, a highly profitable subsidiary of Spain-based conglomerate Grupo Agbar, defended its action by blaming the situation on "force majeure."
More precisely, Acciona is proposing a water tariff of EUR 0.71 per cu m, while rival Agbar's price was set at EUR 0.79.
En las dos demandas de Suez y Agbar, en un caso junto con Vivendi y en otro con Interagua, resueltas por un mismo panel del CIADI, solo se sabe que el fallo es a su favor, ya que todavia no se ha fijado la indemnizacion que debe pagar Argentina.
The CKI announcement follows rumours that Spanish firm Agbar is preparing to sell off Bristol Water for around pounds 370m.