DONG brings Danish government to the brink of collapse
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Things aren’t looking so great for Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt. Socialists have quit her three-party coalition government, and Danes are protesting a bid by Goldman Sachs to take over state-owned utility, DONG Energy. The parliament approved the deal approved by this morning. The BBC’s Marie Keyworth has the latest on the story from Copenhagen. Click the audio player above to listen.
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