'This is a sellout': Anger as Greece approves power plant sales

Greece's Eurozone partners and creditors have ordered Public Power Corporation to share access to their abundant coal resources in the name of fair competition.

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    Union leaders in Greece fear hundreds of jobs could be lost when the country's biggest public electricity company sells some of its power stations.

    MPs have already approved the sale, which is a condition of Greece receiving its third bailout from international lenders in August.

    Al Jazeera's John Psaropoulos reports from the city of Megalopolis on the Megalopoli Power Plant, a company which introduced electricity to southern Greece in 1970.


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