Saint Gobain CEO: Co Eyes EUR2 Billion Yearly Solar Sales In 5 Yrs

Date: 19 March 2010
Source: Foxbusiness.com
PARIS -(Dow Jones)- French glass giant Saint Gobain SA (SGO.FR) plans to boost its yearly sales related to solar power up to EUR2 billion in five years, and the company is likely to make acquisitions in the sector, Chief Executive Pierre-Andre de Chalendar said Wednesday. Read more here.

PARIS -(Dow Jones)- French glass giant Saint Gobain SA (SGO.FR) plans to boost its yearly sales related to solar power up to EUR2 billion in five years, and the company is likely to make acquisitions in the sector, Chief Executive Pierre-Andre de Chalendar said Wednesday.
 
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Date: 19 March 2010
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