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Brazil Court Orders Power Fully Restored in Amapá in Three Days

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL -  A federal district court ordered on Saturday evening, November 7th, a three-day deadline for the Amapá blackout to be completely solved, with power fully restored, under penalty of a R$15 (US$2.67) million fine.

The decision, signed by Judge João Bosco Soares, also determines that the private company Isolux, responsible for managing the damaged power substation, should submit an action . . .

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