Thursday, January 5, 2017

The State interfering in marriage to the Italian – Boursorama

The State interfering in marriage to the Italian

The State interfering in marriage to the Italian

The state wants to strengthen its control of the shipyards of Saint-Nazaire (Loire-Atlantique). While he was on a visit yesterday to the industrial site, the secretary of State for Industry, Christophe Sirugue, would like the French group DCNS monte to the capital of the boat builder. At what height ? “The discussions are ongoing,” he said. But the goal is to protect our naval sector military. “

Specializing in the construction of warships and submarines, DCNS is majority owned by the French State (62 %) and Thales (35 %). This announcement comes in the wake of the decision of the tribunal of commerce of Seoul (South Korea) to choose the Italian builder Fincantieri as the buyer of the site of Saint-Nazaire, on sale after the financial setbacks of its owner Korean STX Offshore and Shipbuilding. The Italian owns 66 % of the site 33 % to the French State, which has a blocking minority.

Ensure that French interests

By bringing DCNS in the capital of the shipyards of Saint-Nazaire, the State would indirectly its weight on the company. But no matter by what means of nationalizing the company. “When we asked the question that DCNS could climb enough to the capital to become the majority shareholder with the State, the minister said no, regrets Nathalie Durand-Prinborgne, FO. Not of nationalisation, direct or indirect. “

all that Remains is a scenario with Fincantieri in the minority is, to him, unthinkable. “What is expressed by some and by others, it is the desire to have an industrial reference, decrypts Christophe Sirugue. Have an industrial reference, this is not necessarily have to have an industrial majority. “A scenario that would lead to the arrival of new actors, such as ship owners MSC and Royal Caribbean, a time in discussion with the Dutch Damen for …

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