For its part, energy has increased its cash flow by 13.1% to 7,328 million euros, improving the ratio between operating cash and net debt to 21.5%. Meanwhile, the group’s purchases, excluding energy supplies, reached 8,000 million euros to thousands of suppliers in 2018, with 85% being local companies. With regard to the workforce, after incorporating more than 1,600 professionals in the year, it exceeds 34,000 workers – 99% with permanent contracts – and generates a total of 425,000 jobs. Celebrating the Day of 2019 calendar Clipart, just opened on the 61st floor of the luxurious Hotel Lebua in Bangkok the Pink Bar of champagne, specializing in exclusive cocktails to taste with spectacular views over the jungle of skyscrapers that is the capital of Thailand. Its opening is the first of a tight calendar of openings that will last until 2021, and that will double the already wide gastronomic and leisure offer offered by the eight restaurants, cafes and bars that this emblematic hotel has.
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For starters, on March 1, the Chef’s Table restaurant will open its doors on floors 61 and 62, run by Frenchman Vincent Thierry, who took the Caprice from the Four Seasons hotel in Hong Kong to the three Michelin stars. With half a hundred seats around an open central kitchen designed by Molteni with Carrara marble, the restaurant aims to surpass the two Michelin stars that the restaurant Mezzaluna already has, run on the 65th floor by the Japanese chef Ryuki Kawasaki.
At the end of the year a meat restaurant, Steak House, will also be inaugurated and, until the end of 2021, ten more establishments will follow. In total, there will be seven new bars and three restaurants, including a Spanish one of a chef with a Michelin star planned for two years from now. «At the Hotel 2019 calendar Clipart we are creating the first vertical leisure tourism destination in the world», advises its CEO Deepak Ohri, who plans to invest around 60 million dollars (53 million euros) in this project. In charge for more than fifteen years, this 50-year-old Indian hotelier has turned Lebua into one of the reference establishments in Bangkok.