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EU approves Germany’s takeover of gas importer Uniper

By DW
19 December 2022   |   10:20 am
The German government has been given the go-ahead by the European Commission to nationalize ailing gas importer Uniper, as well as Sefe (formerly Gazprom Germania).

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