Ministers consider switching energy portfolio to Defra

January 2002
Public Finance;1/11/2002, p13
Trade Publication
Reports the switch of the responsibility for the energy industry to the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs in Great Britain. Reorganization of the Department of Trade and Industry; Move to bring energy policy and environmental protection together; Possible opposition from the oil and utility companies.


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