WATCHING THE WORLD SPAIN'S DOWNSTREAM ADJUSTMENT

With Roger Vielvoye from London Creation of a single market in Europe is not likely to cause many significant changes in most of the European petroleum market. The one exception is Spain, where for almost 60 years the state distribution and marketing industry enjoyed a lucrative monopoly and the mixed state and privately owned refining sector operated without competition from foreign companies.

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