In a carrot-and-stick approach to businesses, state power firm Electricidad de Caracas also published a list of 81 companies that had surpassed the 20 percent reduction target.
What does EDC stand for?
EDC stands for Electricidad de Caracas (Venezuela electric company)
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- Electronic Design Center
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In Caracas, power cuts will take place on alternate days, in specific sectors at certain times, the head of state-run Electricidad de Caracas said Tuesday.
Duro has received a down payment for the Electricidad de Caracas order, said Exec.
But the country's largest power producer, La Electricidad de Caracas, a unit of U.
La Electricidad de Caracas (EDC) today announced that its board of directors recommends that holders of its American Depositary Shares (ADSs) accept a tender offer that was commenced on April 9, 2007, by Petroleos de Venezuela, S.
In Caracas, power cuts were to take place on alternate days, in specific sectors at certain times, the head of state-run Electricidad de Caracas said Tuesday.
CARACAS, Venezuela, April 7, 2008 /PRNewswire/ -- In connection with the previously announced offer to purchase and consent solicitation by Electricidad de Caracas Finance B.
3 billion); Venezuela's Electricidad de Caracas ($1 billion); Eletropaulo Metropolitana in Brazil ($1 billion); Argentina's Hidroelectrica Alicura ($205 million); and an additional stake in Rio's Light.