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State auditor criticizes sale of Dong

It is "very unsatisfactory" that the Danish Ministry of Finance has not adequately documented its processes when undertaking the sale of Dong shares, says the Public Accounts Committee.

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Key documents have disappeared or never existed in what ended up one of the largest company sales in Danish history.

This is according to a report (in Danish) from the Danish Public Accounts Committee on the capital expansion of Dong, which criticizes the Danish Ministry of Finance.

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