SNC-Lavalin books $2B charge, announces reorganization

MONTREAL -- SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. warns its 2019 results could be significantly lower than anticipated, largely due to cost overruns at some construction projects and says it will undergo a reorganization to exit or section off its poorer performing segments.

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