This excerpt taken from the VE 6-K filed Mar 9, 2009.
Outside France, revenue increased by 8.5% (+8.5% with a constant consolidation scope and constant exchange rates), due to the full effect of the new contracts signed in North America and Germany and of strong growth in Australia.
External growth of 2.7% was principally the result of the acquisition of People Travel Group in Sweden in 2007 and of Rail4Chem in Germany in 2008.
This excerpt taken from the VE 6-K filed Oct 15, 2008.
Outside France, revenue grew 10.2% (up 9.9% at constant consolidation scope and exchange rates), and reflected the full impact of the divisions developments in North America, in Germany (new contracts) as well as robust growth in Australia.
External growth was 2.5%, primarily reflecting the acquisition of People Travel Group in Sweden in 2007.
184.108.40.206 Revenue by geographical area
This excerpt taken from the VE 6-K filed Feb 5, 2007.
Outside France, excluding Proactiva, internal growth was 10.8% . It was particularly strong (13.2%) in the United States in all business lines. In the United Kingdom, overall growth totaled 34.2% (of which 6.9% was internal growth), driven by the acquisition of Cleanaway UK, completed on September 28, 2006 and by the general development of the business within a growing market. In Asia, the start-up of the Foshan and Guanghzou-Likeng contracts made a significant contribution to revenue growth of 14%.
This excerpt taken from the VE 6-K filed Aug 2, 2006.
Outside France (7.5% of organic growth), revenue reflected the start-up of new German railway contracts (Nordhartz-Netz and Marschbahn) and the full effect of developments in North America.
Total external growth of 10.4% was driven primarily by the acquisition of ATC and Shuttleport in the USA and of Helgelandske in Norway.
(1) The accounts to June 30, 2005 have been restated for application of draft interpretations D12, D13 and D14 on concession accounting.
This excerpt taken from the VE 6-K filed Aug 1, 2005.
Outside France (internal growth of 11.1%), revenue was boosted by the full impact of the new Melbourne contract and other contracts awarded in both Australia and the United States.
Positive business trends and the commercial success achieved during the first half of the year support Veolia Environnement's stated objectives for growth and improved operating performance in both the short and medium term.
Veolia Environnements full detailed results for the first half-year 2005 will be published
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Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned, thereunto duly authorized.
Dated: July 29, 2005