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I think this is going to bear fruit. And we expect a better situation also in Latin America. Asia Pacific, I would say, outside of the issue of the coronavirus impact, we should have had growth. There will be an impact from the coronavirus, especially in the first quarter. Now our priorities, I would say 2 sets of priorities for us this year: one, around the evolution of our strategy; and second, in terms of cash flow and margins.

In terms of strategy, we will continue our portfolio optimization, the integration of Continental and further the divestment acquisition, as Benoit has expressed. And we will continue our strategy of differentiation and innovation and to improve customers' productivity to develop sustainable solutions and contribute to the well-being overall. I think they are 3 very strong drivers for Saint-Gobain for the years ahead. Second set of priority, which will allow us, as Sreedhar already said, to increase -- again, after a very good year, to increase our cash flow -- free cash flow for We are going to be very strict on maintenance CapEx like Sreedhar said.

And we will have -- we'll continue to have good growth CapEx. But we have had, I would say, in a few years where, because of distribution modernization in IT and logistics and some needs in our fast-growing areas in HPS, we have had an investment peak in the last 2, 3 years. So we'll have a decrease. And we are going to be very strict on maintenance CapEx.

We will continue our operational excellence, which should -- that we anticipate bring another EUR million of additional cost savings, which is very well needed because of inflation, which is still there, even though in terms of raw material and energy costs, we -- which is covered by price, we should expect less inflation than last year. So in terms of operating profit, we expect in this context a further increase in our operating profit like-for-like because there is an impact of the divestment and there is acquisition.

But our guidance is on a like-for-like increase. Like the last few years, we expect an increase in operating income. I have added an uncertainty about the impact of coronavirus. As I told you, as of today, what's going on in China, there is no material impact, but I cannot exclude that there is a much wider impact. We don't know yet. That's what I have added, this uncertainty. But again, Saint-Gobain is globally little affected by this situation as of today.

That's the outlook for Saint-Gobain. And now I am with Benoit and Sreedhar at your disposal for any questions you may have. So in the room, yes? Please, introduce yourself. I have 2 questions. One difficult and the best for the end. So, difficult question. If we look at China, it's not only a question of sales, it is maybe also a question of supply chain. Could we have some flavor on supply chain and mainly in the High-Performance Materials? It is relevant. And secondly, looking at the Slides 20 and 17, in terms of pricing, we have a good price increase over the year in America and higher than the other divisions, where comes this difference?

On the values, I see -- I can describe the situation with, I would say, 3 circles. So first circle is what's going on in China. And as I said, it's a significant drop in the first quarter in sales in China. Our plants have restarted. We have 41 plants in China. There are 38 which are operating. So the demand is low, but we have that sometimes when there is a very tough winter, I would say.

And I think the situation is improving at the moment in China. So this first part is not, I would say -- the one I described is not -- the impact is not material for Saint-Gobain. It's going to be material when we report the Asia Pacific part, but it will not be material for Saint-Gobain. The second circle, I would say, is the one related to your question, and on -- which is on the supply chain. So we are very little involved in those large supply chains.

In our industrial markets our customers are sometimes involved in a worldwide supply chain. I must say that, at this point, we have not seen an impact. There may be some, but, frankly, I am not extremely concerned about that. And I must add that, for our local businesses, which are in Europe, we rely very little on goods coming from China. So I would say that the logistics and the supply chain issue for Saint-Gobain, I don't see that as -- there are some uncertainties, but I don't see that as the issue.

And then there is a third circle, I would say, is if there is a spread which we are starting to see, but I cannot quantify that, of the -- I would say, the epidemic outside of China. Today, there is things going on in Korea. We have reduced significantly our presence in Korea, so I don't think it's going to be important. But if it becomes something very global, then I cannot quantify and I cannot answer on that question.

I think those are the 3 ways. Yes, Benoit, do you want to add something? So that gives you the impact on the fact that our local manufacturing around the world is not going to be impacted if there is a shipment blocked in a port in China. So that's to put some figures on what Pierre-Andre just said. Within Americas, you have also Latin America, where there is always higher inflation. So -- but it's true that, in North America, we know that prices move up usually in a wider spectrum than in Europe.

And on top of that, you have Latin America where, because of inflation, we have to push prices much higher than in Europe. Next question? Just to understand a little bit better on your guidance on In H1 , if I'm right, your operating profit like-for-like was up 8. For the full year, it's up 4. So it looks like H2 like-for-like operating profit was probably just slightly positive. We have seen an erosion in pricing at the end of the year, as you mentioned.

We see your guidance -- or your outlook for the top line being less supportive in So you are confident to, if I put the coronavirus on the side, you're confident that you can improve on a like-for-like basis your operating profit for ? Could you explain to us what is, if I can say, the 1, 2, 3 key drivers behind this confidence for ? That's the first point.

The second -- so it's cost -- the cost element is quite important. The second element is that you mentioned a decrease in the pricing in the second half versus the first half, but we have also a decrease in the inflation of raw material and energy. And from that standpoint, Sreedhar told you that we have relatively good news. The last point, if you focus on the fourth quarter, where we had a slowdown in sales, it was very driven by number of days.

And the maths are not completely simple on that. We had an extra day in November -- sorry, less days in November. We had an ex -- we had a better December, but in fact, it didn't bring -- in December, the number of days doesn't count the same way. I can tell you that the trends in the -- in our construction markets in the beginning of the year are good.

It's still difficult market in industrial activities, but it's good. And I don't see, in terms of sales, the trend that you have from Q3 to Q4 being representative of what's going on. So that's the second element of your question here. Benoit, you want to add? And some markets, like France, like the U.

So we Just on the energy, could you help us to quantify it for ? So , we expect the gas cost to be lower than So net-net, you should have some inflation, but certainly lower than what we had in The overall energy bill we have is close to 1 point -- around EUR 1. Only EUR 1. I wish. You know that it's so volatile.

I can only tell you that So you inaudible. That's why I'm saying, based on what I see, the trend, I'm telling you that the gas price should be lower based on what I see the trend now, okay? But don't forget that the electricity is going to go up. Electricity is going across. I am not going to give you a figure at this stage.

Two questions for me. I'm talking about, probably, market share gain here you are not able to quantify. Are you today able to put a figure on that? That's my first question. The second one is one of my favorites.

On revenues, we don't give target because it's difficult to say what is the comparison. What is the basis? The competitors in the market? We -- I gave some examples and we can go into numerous examples where we have high single-digit growth above the market. So if I take in terms of Brazil, overall, we have calculated quite precisely.

It's 1. On pipe, as Sreedhar mentioned, we have made good progress in our profitability improvement last year. So we are well on track with the plans that we have outlined and executed over the last 2. We continue to have discussions on partnership. And at this stage, it's too early to tell you exactly where we stand, but we continue to have those discussions.

We should have a better year again in versus , so we are executing on that, and we continue our discussions on potential partnerships. Next question. So if there are no questions in the room, we go to the telephone first. So we go on the phone. My first question is on your comments, Benoit, regarding the merger inside of your firm between ISOVER and another subsidiary, I didn't catch the name, but in terms of marketing and management team.

So I presume there's still a lot of silos in your product portfolio, which could benefit from merging with larger subsidiaries. So I guess my question is, given how fast you realized your savings in , why haven't you increased your targets as well? This is the brand name of our gypsum business. I should have said it's basically putting together insulation and gypsum, which we have done in many countries.

So yes -- no, what we have done last year is to break those silos when it makes sense because it doesn't mean that we should have the same person, salesperson in the ground selling all kinds of products at Saint-Gobain, it would be a mistake. So we do that on a very careful way, more for technical prescription than the day-to-day life on the ground. But clearly, we are developing and pushing also joint offers in terms of marketing.

It could be for wood construction. It could be for offsite manufacturing. All kinds of -- it could be also covering the DIY or the things mentioned with the key account management. So all those initiatives are indeed breaking silos on the back-office when we have joint customer service or joint logistics to make our business easier for our customers and also on the offer side on the group.

We think what we have identified earlier in the program with 1, actions is what we can and we will deliver on the cost side. Again, besides the cost, the main benefit is to accelerate on growth. So on the cost side, we don't want -- and we will not do more than that because we think that's the right achievement we can deliver on the back-office synergies.

I mean, on the deal with Sika that didn't go through up to the end, where do you stand in terms of your strategy with regards to Mortars? Do you still want to become bigger? Because, I guess, that's a big kind of beneficiary for facade systems and for insulation to reach the green deal targets by , for example. So where do you stand on the strategy with Mortars, please?

And we'll continue to grow this business, which is growing very nicely. But since we have We have done, for instance, Southeast Asia, several of them. We bought the leader in Peru, end of last year. We are looking at other projects.

We have now 13 plants in Africa, if I'm correct. So we continue to develop the business on construction chemicals and mortar around the world. And as you rightly said, it goes very well with the other businesses of Saint-Gobain when you talk about external insulation and other good applications for CO2 reduction. The first one on U. Is it fair to assume that you didn't see that much yet into Q4 '19 the deflation in asphalt costs? The second question was on U. Are you starting to see an upturn in pricing in that market?

So I would be interested if you could comment on that. And finally, I had a last question on asbestos. I was wondering if you could put a bit of context behind the actions you have taken and the settlements you have reached. Why now and what are the next steps? When do you expect that Chapter 11 voluntary petition to be final? Yes, we have seen a better cost position in the second half of last year and accelerating a bit in Q4.

So we started to see that, and we don't anticipate anything negative in We have some ongoing discussions to raise prices also in the U. We assume a reasonable storm year in terms of volumes, but overall, the picture for roofing looks good. On gypsum, the volumes are very strong now. And clearly, what we have seen from September, October, et cetera, on housing starts, we see that in our volumes, both for Saint-Gobain [certainly] and Continental right now. So this is a good dynamic in terms of volumes.

And indeed, we are pushing prices to the market and I'm confident that those prices would stick. The context is this is something which is there in Saint-Gobain for last more than 15 years that we have been dealing with this issue. And this is a cash, which is growing, and this is something which is in U. And so we had this route of Chapter 11, and this is something which is -- we have seen many corporates taking steps in this direction. And this is something which is a long-drawn process, the whole idea is to be fair and deal with this issue in a fair manner to the people who are genuinely impacted in a more efficient way.

So that's the objective of using -- taking this route of Chapter And we'll have to go through this process of negotiating with the concerned agencies. And as and when we arrive at the conclusion, we'll have to create the trust. So that's the background to this whole thing. I mean, I go back to the floor, yes? And then we have the Internet. Could we have the order of magnitude of the absolute price of 4 millimeter? And regarding Slide 17, we had plus 1.

What was the situation in the glass? So 4 -- I believe you were looking for 4 mm glass in Europe. So the 4 mm glass Europe for the first half was 3. Second half was 3. So it is decreasing, but you just have to keep in mind that Saint-Gobain, because we have these value-added products, high value-added products, the impact -- the overall impact is still lower than Saint-Gobain can handle. The price variation in -- apart from glass in the 1. I've seen 1.

If we deduct the glass It's only the automotive glass. It's always going a bit down, and then we try to mix that with new models with a better mix. So I don't think it's very significant. In the past, you gave us roughly an idea of the envelope of proceeds you could target of the amount of sales you will sell.

Could we have also a figure on that? Now we go to the Internet. We have a first question from Elodie Rall. I'll read the question and then you answer, Sreedhar. Why isn't net debt down more than the EUR million reported? And this difference is primarily coming because of, again, an accounting treatment in IFRS When you have any construction you do, you have to account the whole leasing obligation as your CapEx. So your new tower of Saint-Gobain is being factored -- I mean, has been accounted in the 31st of December.

And that's the main reason why there's a difference. But the lease -- the amortization and the lease and spend on the lease, which is, by the way, most of them are noncash. When we talk about cash in IFRS, this is noncash, but it is treated in the debt.

And there is a one-off there. And that is why I don't include in my cash flow comparison because it's not cash, and it's quite consistent with the spirit of looking at the cash in a day-to-day basis. What's making you more cautious? Do you expect lower growth going forward? Can you elaborate on what you mean by peak?

It's not that we are more cautious, it's that we have a conscious decision to have less CapEx in And I think Sreedhar already answered and I also talked about it. I think we have had -- in distribution, we have had, and I have mentioned that in the last 3, 4 years, we have had significant investments in logistics and IT systems to facilitate the digital evolution of part of our distribution.

We -- this is going down. Then there were some specific programs on that -- on life science and on security, where we are -- our growth, which, for instance, with the electric vehicle, has meant a significant investment program. We have much less CapEx in , clearly, in automotive glass. We have had also links with digital in our plants, a lot of productivity investment.

And then there is a clear action to be in the new -- in the framework of the new organization to be very strict on maintenance CapEx. Do you want to add something, Benoit? So the allocation on the capital and CapEx for maintenance, and we have not cut any growth projects in emerging markets. We are ongoing with new developments in Mexico, in India. So all that is going well, and we have not reduced any of those. Can you continue opening maintenance CapEx beyond ? That's a follow-up question.

Maybe, Benoit, you want to Because we have defined a strict criteria for the maintenance CapEx. So we think, on that, we can continue for sure. And then depending on the cycle of some investment in Life Science, as I said, we followed our U. If it comes back with a further additional growth, we are growing double-digit in some of those businesses, we'll restart some growth CapEx. But on maintenance CapEx, yes, we are confident we can maintain a good level close to what we have done and plan for Do you think that you can bring the working capital requirement below 27 days of sale, which is a record low?

So as a CFO, I'm not going to be complacent. I'm going to continue to look at all the possible things where we can optimize. But, at the same time, you just have to also be pragmatic because we have to run the business. We have to make sure that the customers are served properly.

So we have to find the right balance. We will continue to maintain the discipline. And you have seen in the past, where we used to show the trend of 15 years. I think we have made a significant progress in the last 5 years. We have actually kept it below 30 days, and that's something which we will remain disciplined. Aside the financial discipline, we have also ongoing projects on the overall supply chain to optimize the overall supply chain from sales forecast, to production planning and, of course, inventory and deliveries and logistics.

There are also operational world-class supply chain projects within the group. So , we are at a good level, I would say. And Sreedhar is very active on that. Next question, yes? So I just said, we will remain disciplined. And this is something which is an important topic for all the management team. And I can tell you that, in Saint-Gobain, working capital is something which is an important metrics reviewed in every single business review.

Because I don't have -- I think we are finished here. We have another question by phone from Manish Beria from Societe Generale. So I have 3. The first one is on your operating margin improvement. So in , you improved your margin by 30 basis points. So I mean, out of 30 basis points, 45 basis is coming from self-help. That means, maybe, the operating level is somewhat negative, I mean. So this is the first question. Why is that? Maybe there is more cost inflation in your fixed costs. So you can explain that.

The second one is when can you sell -- allow to sell the Sika stake? And what are your plans? I mean, what are you going to do with these investments? And the third one is like, in terms of disposal, so have you received all the money in ? Or we are left something to be received in ?

So, Manish, I'm surprised you're not asking a question on debt, but I'm happy that you're asking a question on the margin. See, it's like we just have to keep in mind what I said is that the spread is -- we compensated the inflation.

So that's a point you need to keep in mind. So the second point you need to keep in mind is that the volume growth is just 0. Don't forget the mix in the businesses. So it's a business mix, and we have to see that in apple-to-apple. It is just that the business mix is not favorable for us. Largely, we have received almost everything we have received this year. Unlike last year, we had to receive something from China divestment, but this year we have received.

And a large part of the money came in the second -- no, the last quarter of the year. Basically, it is a dependable dividend payer that has been able to sustain great financial health over the past. Below is a brief commentary on these key aspects. For those interested in digger a bit deeper into my commentary, read the full report on Compagnie de Saint-Gobain here.

SGO's strong financial health means that all of its upcoming liability payments are able to be met by its current cash and short-term investment holdings. SGO seems to have put its debt to good use, generating operating cash levels of 0. SGO pays a decent dividend yield to its shareholders, beating the low-risk savings rate, which is what investors want in order to compensate them for the risk of holding a stock. That said, please remember that dividend yields are a function of stock prices and corporate profits, both of which can be volatile.

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