Greek government in emergency talks to keep Larco running

The government of Greece has held emergency meetings to keep the country’s state-owned ferro-nickel company Larco in production.

George Stathakis, Greece’s Minister of the Environment and Energy, met on Wednesday December 12 with the members of the left-governing party Syriza as well as representatives of trade unions in Larco, to discuss how to avoid closing the indebted company. Larco is the second largest electricity consumer in Greece and owes nearly €300 million to the Public Power Company (PPC), which it has...

Published

Andrea Hotter

December 12, 2018

17:48 GMT

New York