With a long experience, OCP is a world leader
in the phosphate rock and derivatives market.
As a major player in the five region where it
operates, OCP directly employs 18,000 people.
OCP aims to maximize the contribution of our
phosphate resources to national development
and global food security.
TOTAL is the world's fifth largest publicly-traded
integrated international oil and gas company,
with operations in more than 13 countries on
5 continents and approximately 97,000 employees.
The group is committed to meeting
growing energy demand while acting as a responsible
UC RUSAL is the world's largest producer of
aluminium. RUSAL employs about 76,000
people in 19 countries, across 5 continents
and markets and sells its products primarily in
the European, Asian and North American markets.
Its shares are listed on Hong Kong Stock
Exchange and on Euronext Paris.
Created in 2000 by European companies, EADS
is a global leader in aerospace, defence and related
services. In 2009, the Group – comprising
Airbus, Eurocopter, EADS Astrium and EADS
Defence & Security – generated revenues of
42.8 billion and employed a workforce of more
than 119,000 worldwide.
World leader in building materials, LAFARGE is
present in 78 countries with 78,000 employees.
Listed for over five years in the "Global 100
Most Sustainable Corporations in the World,"
Lafarge places innovation and research at the
heart of its priorities, with the world's leading
building materials research facility.
With approximately 105,000 employees in 110
countries, SANOFI-AVENTIS is a leading diversified
healthcare partner centered on patients'
needs. The Group focuses on core growth platforms
such as emerging markets, vaccines,
consumer healthcare, diabetes, innovative
products and animal health.
NOVARTIS provides healthcare solutions that
address the evolving needs of patients and societies,
and thus offers a diversified portfolio in
several medical fields. With leading positions in
each of these areas, it employs about 99,000
full-time-equivalent associates in more than
The FONDATION ZINSOU is the first private
foundation in Benin. While at first mainly an
exhibition space for African artists, it has expanded
its horizons and activities over the
past four years. The promotion of African arts,
education, development and reduction of the
poverty are now the heart of its project.
The FONDATION LATSIS is a non profitable
institution of public interest created in 1975,
which established the Latsis Prizes in 1983.
The principal purpose of the Latsis Prizes is to
recognise and reward scientific and technological
work of particular excellence undertaken
by young researchers in Switzerland.
Founded in 1968, and now Korea's largest manufacturer of fabricated copper and copper alloy products, Poongsan Corporation plays a crucial role in a wide range of industrial sectors, from heavy industry to high-tech areas such as electronics and semiconductors. The product line includes a broad spectrum of copper and copper alloy products such as sheets, strips, pipes, tubes, rods, bars, wires, precision forging products, and ammunition for military and sporting use. Poongsan also enjoys the distinction of being the world's number one supplier of coin blanks. Governments around the world entrust the company with the task of providing the highest quality coin blanks to be used in minting their coins. Poongsan operates one brass mill, two defense plants, and six domestic affiliates in Korea. In addition, Poongsan has eight overseas subsidiaries with the largest of which is PMX Industries, Inc. in the USA.
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is a strategic partnership between Paris-based Renault and Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan, which together sell one in 10 cars worldwide. The companies, which have been strategic partners since 1999, have 350,000 employees and five major brands: Renault, Nissan, Renault Samsung Motors, Dacia and Infiniti. They sold 7.28 million cars in 2010, making the Alliance the world's third largest automotive group. Since its founding 12 years ago, the cross-cultural Alliance has expanded significantly, particularly into emerging markets. The Alliance is the auto industry's leading champion of sustainable transportation and the only one to have mass-market, affordable zero-emission vehicles for mainstream consumers.
Raiffeisen Bank International AG (RBI) regards both Austria and Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) as its home market. In CEE, RBI operates an extensive network of financial service providers in 17 markets. RBI is the only Austrian bank with a presence in both the world's financial centres and in Asia, the group's further geographical area of focus. In total, around 60,000 employees service about 13.5 million customers through around 3,000 business outlets.
GDF SUEZ, global player in energy and the environment,
develops a model based on responsible
growth to take up today's major energy
and environmental challenges: meeting energy
needs, ensuring the security of supply, fighting
against climate change and maximizing the use