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CEO: Dong is not yet where it needs to be

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Dong Energy still needs to realize close to one fifth of CEO Henrik Poulsen's to-do list. The company will be busy for the next year and a half, he says.


BY MAZ PLECHINGER, ENERGYWATCH
Published 27.02.17 at 07:36

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