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April 03, 2007 
Wulf Bernotat (R), chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON, talks to E.ON's spokesman Peter... 
Madrid, Spain 
Wulf Bernotat, chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON, talks to E.ON's spokesman Peter Blau... 
Wulf Bernotat (R), chief executive of the German utility giant E.ON, talks to E.ON's spokesman Peter Blau during a news conference in Madrid April 3, 2007. Spain's biggest power company Endesa will be broken up after a last-minute deal between three companies fighting to control it, and the Spanish government came under attack for its handling of the saga. Germany's E.ON on Monday admitted defeat in its attempt to buy Endesa and announced a deal with its erstwhile rivals Enel and Acciona to carve up the Spanish firm. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN) 
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