The crisis-stricken energy company Uniper, which is also a partner in Swedish nuclear power plants, needs more support.
Now the company is asking the German state for an additional 25 billion euros, equivalent to 273 billion kroner. The new money means that the German state gets new shares in Uniper.
After Russia cut off gas supplies to Europe, Uniper has found itself in a severe crisis. The loss is estimated at around 40 billion euros for the first nine months of this year.
The German state has stepped in as a rescuer, and the company will be nationalized at the turn of the year. So far, the German state has given Uniper 8 billion euros in support.
Source: Nyteknik – Senaste nytt by www.nyteknik.se.
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