Saint Gobain Final Results For 2006: Confirmation Of The Figures Published At The End Of January 2007

Strong growth in estimated results for 2006, outperforming targets Sales: UP 18.5% to €41,596 million UP 18.2% at constant exchange rates* UP 6.7% like-for-like Operating income: UP 29.9% to €3,714 million UP 29.8% at constant exchange rates* Net income (excluding capital gains and losses on sales of non-current assets): UP 32.6% to €1,702 million * average exchange rates for 2005 2007 targets: another year of growth Robust increase in operating income at constant exchange rates** Double-digit growth in net income (excluding capital gains and losses on sales of non-current assets). ** average exchange rates for 2006 2006 DIVIDEND***: €1.7 per share, up 25% on 2005 *** Recommended dividend payable in respect of 2006 to be submitted by the Board of Directors to the Annual General Meeting on June 7, 2007 for approval.

Strong growth in estimated results for 2006, outperforming targets

Sales:

UP 18.5% to €41,596 million

UP 18.2% at constant exchange rates*

UP 6.7% like-for-like

Operating income:

UP 29.9% to €3,714 million

UP 29.8% at constant exchange rates*

Net income (excluding capital gains and losses on sales of non-current assets):

UP 32.6% to €1,702 million

* average exchange rates for 2005

2007 targets: another year of growth

Robust increase in operating income at constant exchange rates**

Double-digit growth in net income (excluding capital gains and losses on sales of non-current assets).

** average exchange rates for 2006

2006 DIVIDEND***: €1.7 per share, up 25% on 2005

*** Recommended dividend payable in respect of 2006 to be submitted by the Board of Directors to the Annual General Meeting on June 7, 2007 for approval.

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