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CAMP ENRON:
... gateway to the next Progressive Era?

Some say it's nothing but a train wreck ... roll in the big cranes, clear the track, see what the crew's been smoking. If I thought so, I'd not be writing this ... and if they thought so, they'd not be drumming so hard.


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More where those came from ... stay tuned.


For brief orientation, see this
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CAMP ENRON:
... gateway to the next Progressive Era?

For a brief orientation, see this
Welcome to Camp Enron

OTHER GOOD STUFF:
Many thanks to Tony Adragna and Will Vehrs, still shouting 'cross the Potomac at QuasiPundit. Early Camp Enron material can be found in QP's Dispatches department.
Tuesday, April 02, 2002

 
--- Reuters Reports Dabhol Receiver Appointed ---

In re Enron hobbled and mothballed assets, see this Reuters report on the disposition of Dabhol's $3B generating plant ... a partnership of Enron, GE, Bechtel, and a pack of Indian financiers, utilities, customers and agencies who wish they'd never heard of Enron.
The process was delayed when the three foreign stakeholders demanded at least $550 million for their 85 percent stake, and asserted the money should be paid directly to them ...

Now, with the company's operations folding up in India and Enron refusing to sign a cooperation agreement to enable the sale, the process had "indeed become very complex," the official at the lender said.

In all 26 financial institutions lent money for the project, including foreign banks and multilateral agencies.