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Third of Shareholders Accept Vattenfalls Offer

Published torsdag 3 februari 2005 kl 12.41
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Swedish energy giant Vattenfall got a boost on Wednesday to its regional expansion plans when a third of shareholders in Danish bid target Elsam accepted its offer over a rival deal with state-owned DONG.

Danish Oil and Natural Gas company DONG is not giving up though. Officials said talks were under way to find a new financial partner to back its offer.

Vattenfall, seeking 67 percent of Elsam, and DONG are both state owned.

They see power generator Elsam as a key element in a consolidating Nordic power market and a buttress against growing competition, such as that from Germany’s E.ON.

The fight has also drawn in national governments, with Sweden strongly backing Vattenfall and Denmark irritated at its neighbour’s involvement.

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