E.ON chief executive Johannes Teyssen said on Wednesday, March 13, he was not planning for a negative assessment of the planned asset takeover of rival Innogy by EU antitrust regulators.
“I have not occupied myself with a plan B,” Teyssen said in response to questions during the company’s 2018 earnings news conference in Essen, adding he believed it could be proved that there was no danger of market dominance.
E.ON would deal with any consequences of demands for asset disposals, he stated. Observers expect there will be demands for concessions on E.ON’s part.
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