the good morrow Paris, 22 November 2017 – JCDecaux S.A. (Euronext Paris: DEC), the number one outdoor advertising company worldwide, announced today that its Australian company, JCDecaux Australia, has won, following a competitive tender, the 7 year exclusive contract for the entire portfolio of outdoor advertising assets (tram-shelters, Trams and billboards) operated by Yarra Trams in Melbourne, representing one of the largest outdoor advertising concessions in Australia.
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