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Maybe try saying what you mean rather than asymptotically approaching it?

I suspect you're passing some comment on the ownership structure - which yes, much better this was locally owned - but it could be something else.

by Colman (colman at eurotrib.com) on Wed Aug 9th, 2017 at 03:18:40 PM EST
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I've no reason to believe that I'm "passing some comment on [TuNur] ownership structure". The passage (above) I selected to quote denotes the latest rhetorical version of the "ownership structure" of the DESERTEC project.

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Furthermore, I posted links identifying its "Main Shareholders" (quoted from the sources) as well as historical reference to trinité coloniale, or "ownership structure," on which expected returns from DESERTEC investment evidently rely. And every eurotrib subscriber should by now be familiar with common practices in P-P financing of renewable NRG infrastructures (except the preposterous claim "prevent desertification" of the Sahara).

I gather, that benefit claim passed you by.

With this information, I conclude as I did nearly 10 years ago: DESERTEC is another ill-conceived, morally bankrupt, and cynical predation proposal. Defense of  purported interests in it for "North African" hosts [!] by some commenters here was predictable.

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.

by Cat on Wed Aug 9th, 2017 at 04:31:30 PM EST
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