SNC-Lavalin warns 2018 profit will be even lower than it cautioned last month

MONTREAL - SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. is warning that its profit for 2018 will be even lower that it cautioned in January, due to problems at an unidentified mining project in Latin America.

The company says it has agreed to settle the dispute with its client for the project through an accelerated arbitration process.

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