Danish finance minister is open to selling out of Dong

But the Danish government does not have any plans at the moment to follow in the footsteps of Goldman Sachs and sell out of its Dong shares, says the country's minister for finance.

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Danish Minister for Finance, Kristian Jensen, has no plans to sell out of the state's shareholding in Dong Energy right now. The statement comes after investment bank Goldman Sachs has just put 22.7 million shares in Dong up for sale.

But he does not reject that selling is a possibility later on.

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