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ESSEN, Germany (Reuters) - E.ON
"Structural change is always associated with uncertainty for affected employees. E.ON and RWE are convinced that, by combining forces, each of the business areas that are touched by this transaction will have better prospects than before," E.ON and RWE said in a joint statement on Monday.
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