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Fluor and Saipem top CW's E&C ranking

Samsung Engineering achieves strong growth

1:47 PM MST | December 24, 2012 | Natasha Alperowicz

CW’s second annual ranking of engineering and construction (E&C) firms focuses on the hydrocarbon-processing and related industries, including petrochemicals, chemicals, and minerals and metals. Total sales in these markets by the companies surveyed grew by approximately 19%, to $96.16 billion, in 2011. Currency movements, such as the strengthening of the euro as well as the Canadian, Japanese, Korean, and UK currencies against the US dollar and the weakening of the Indian rupee and the Australian dollar, flattered the growth but only fractionally...

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