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General Electric has extended the deadline for its $16.9bn bid for the energy sector of Alstom. This will give the firm more time for talks with French ministers in the hope it will secure support for the deal.

Alstom announced last month that it is to sell off its energy part of the company in order to strengthen its transport business. Read more in our previous blog Alstom may sell off energy business

The American multinational is trying to ease concerns over the selling one of France’s flagship companies to a foreign buyer, by offering concessions on issues such as access to technology, French ownership of part of the business, and employment.

The deadline for a formal decision from Alstom on the GE offer has been extended until 23rd June. This is giving GE 3 extra weeks for negotiations with the government.

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Alstom is a French world leading energy solutions and transport company. The company is to sell off its energy business in order to strengthen its transport business.

General Electric has put in a bid for Alstoms energy business and the company is reviewing the offer. Although Alstom are also leaving the door open for a competing offer from Germany’s Siemens.

GEs offer for Alstom’s thermal power, renewable power and grid businesses is said to have totaled $16.9 billion, including enterprise value of $13.5 billion and $3.4 billion of net cash.

If Alstom do sell their energy part of the business they want to strengthen their transport part of the business for which they are also a global leader. One of the strengthening aspects is to include production of “TGV” high-speed trains.

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The Institute of Internal Auditors plans to open a new American Center for Government Auditing in early 2014 and has hired a new director to run it.

The ACGA will offer specialized services to meet the needs of public sector internal auditors. James Pelletier, city auditor for Palo Alto, Calif., will leave his current post and begin working at the IIA’s global headquarters in Altamonte Springs, Fla., next month, the IIA announced Monday. Pelletier has more than 15 years of internal audit experience in both the public and private sectors. He previously served as chief auditor for the county of San Diego and has been an active IIA volunteer for several years, including serving as a member of the International Public Sector Committee.

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