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August 08, 2011
Dark clouds are seen over the headquarters of E.ON Ruhrgas, the gas sector of German utility giant E.ON...
Essen, Germany
Dark clouds are seen over the headquarters of E.ON Ruhrgas, the gas sector of German utility giant E.ON...
Dark clouds are seen over the headquarters of E.ON Ruhrgas, the gas sector of German utility giant E.ON in Essen August 8, 2011. E.ON plans to cut nearly one in eight jobs worldwide, partly in response to Chancellor Angela Merkel's decision to phase out nuclear power by 2022, a German newspaper reported on August 6, 2011. As many as 10,000 of the utility's 85,600 employees could be eliminated according to an article published in the Sueddeutsche Zeitung. Roughly a third of the cuts could come in Germany, it said. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS ENERGY)
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