Centrais Eletricas Brasileiras SA (ELET3.SA)
R$ 0.10 (+0.45%)
Thu, Mar 15 2018
* BRAZIL'S ELETROBRAS CEO WILSON FERREIRA JR SAYS COMPANY TO LAUNCH THIRD ROUND OF VOLUNTARY LAYOFF PROGRAM NEXT WEEK
SAO PAULO, March 9 Brazil's state-controlled power company Centrais Elétricas Brasileiras SA said on Friday that Eletropaulo, Brazil's largest power distribution company, has agreed to pay it 1.4 billion reais ($429.8 million) to settle a debt.
SAO PAULO, March 9 Brazilian energy holding company Energisa SA met with the energy regulator ANEEL to discuss possible changes in the rules for the sale of six power distribution companies expected for May, according to documents seen by Reuters.
SAO PAULO, Feb 21 Brazil's largest power distribution company Eletropaulo is nearing a deal to settle a debt of 2 billion reais ($614.8 million) with Centrais Elétricas Brasileiras SA, a source familiar with the negotiation told Reuters on Wednesday.
BRASILIA, Feb 8 The speaker of Brazil's lower house Rodrigo Maia said on Thursday that he is aiming for the body to vote on a bill containing the rules for how to privatize state-controlled power company Centrais Eletricas Brasileiras SA .
SAO PAULO, Jan 31 Brazil's state-controlled power company Eletrobras aims to settle U.S. class action lawsuits before it begins what is expected to be the country's largest privatization in almost two decades, Chief Executive Wilson Ferreira Jr said on Wednesday.
Brazilian power utility Centrais Elétricas Brasileiras SA expects to raise up to $4 billion with the sale of new shares as part of its privatization, its chief executive officer told newspaper Valor Econômico.
Jan 24 Brazilian power utility Centrais Elétricas Brasileiras SA expects to raise up to $4 billion with the sale of new shares as part of its privatization, its chief executive officer told newspaper Valor Econômico.
BRAZIL PLANNING MINISTER SEES LITTLE RESISTANCE IN CONGRESS TO ELETROBRAS PRIVATIZATION
SAO PAULO, Jan 5 Brazilian state-owned power holding Centrais Elétricas Brasileiras SA has hired law firm Hogan Lovells to "resolve class action lawsuits" in the U.S., according to a note published on Friday on the official government gazette.