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These power plants survived WWII bombs but maybe not Merkel

Many of central Europe's power plants could be facing extinction due to new technologies and stagnating prices.

After surviving wartime bombing and Soviet-era seizures, some power plants in central Europe are facing extinction because of flat prices, newer technologies and red tape in Berlin.

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