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Electricity in Latin America, 2004

Hall, David;
Open Access English
  • Published: 28 Jul 2004
  • Publisher: Public Services International Research Unit (PSIRU)
  • Country: United Kingdom
PSI has commissioned this paper in order to help unions develop coordinated strategies to protect their\ud members’ rights and interests. In the energy sector, there are many developments that unions must consider\ud as they plan for the next few years.\ud The most important trend is the complex and deep problems with the privatisation and deregulation model\ud imposed by the international financial institutions. This neo-liberal approach to the serious challenges of\ud supplying safe and reliable energy to citizens, to industry and to agriculture has proven to be weaker even\ud that the public service model that it sought to replace.\ud The report indicates tha...
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42 FT . 16/12/2003 - El Paso sets out revamp plan. Sheila McNulty.

43 El Paso PR 03/05/2004 - El Paso Corporation Announces Findings of Independent Review. .

44 El Paso 10k for 2002 Note 2 p.105 00.pdf


46 PSEG 10k report to SEC for 2003 47 UU AR 2003/4

48 World Bank Energy Week presentation by Jamal Saghir 49 Latin American Economy & Business October 2003 Gerry-built privatisations collapse 50 World Markets Analysis April 13, 2004: Energy Minister Replaced in Ecuador 51 Business News Americas-English April 14, 2004 Wednesday Conelec; Guayaquil assets must be state-owned 52 The Declining Role of Foreign Private Investment, Matthew Buresch, Deloitte Emerging Markets World Bank Energy Forum 2003 53 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND Public Investment and Fiscal Policy, Fiscal Affairs Department and the Policy Development and Review Department (In consultation with other departments and in cooperation with the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank) 54 Reforming Infrastructure: Privatisation, Regulation, and Competition . World Bank. June 2004

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