U.K. SHOWS PROGRESS IN MOVING TOWARD PRIVATE GAS INDUSTRY

Roger Vielvoye International Editor Transformation of Britain's gas utility industry from a state controlled monopoly to a competitive business has reached a crucial stage. A new structure for the industry has evolved since state owned British Gas Corp. was sold into the private sector in 1986 and the government set up a regulatory office to encourage competition in the industrial market. Under surveillance of this regulatory authority, Ofgas, the state company's successor, British Gas

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