Goldman sale reignites conspiracy theories in Danish parliament

Wall Street Bank Goldman Sachs bought into Denmark's largest utility Dong Energy three years ago, prompting a political crisis in Denmark at the time. This conflict has now flared up again as the bank has sold half of its stake in Dong.
Photo: Richard Drew, AP/Polfoto
Photo: Richard Drew, AP/Polfoto

When Goldman Sachs bought part of Denmark's biggest energy utility three years ago, it triggered a political crisis that split the ruling coalition. Now, as the Wall Street bank sells roughly half that stake, some members of the Danish parliament are again crying foul.

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