As old as they look?

David, Philippe; Schreiber, Andreas; Spaes, Joel
October 2002
Utility Week;10/4/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 14, p26
Trade Publication
Discusses issues on deregulation in the European electric industry as of October 2002. Data needed in the assessment of actual maturity of markets; Categories of the intensity of competition in European countries; Indicators of competition in the electric industry.


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