BRITISH GAS PAYS FOR PEACE

In 1992 British Gas plc Chief Executive Cedric Brown took a major risk. He invited the U.K. government's Monopolies and Mergers Commission (MMC) to review the company and its role in a privatized gas market. Brown called for an MMC ruling to bring an end to British Gas' feud with industry regulator Office of Gas Supply (Ofgas) and the government's Office of Fair Trading (OGJ, Aug. 10, 1992, p. 18).

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