Keith Nuthall
A REPORT from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) calling for liberalisation is a little like a report from the Pope suggesting more prayer, but the world's premier international think tank has refined its arguments regarding utilities in a recent formal recommendation to its member governments.

It has called on richer developed countries to consider splitting their 'regulated industries' into separate functional units, allowing one group to concentrate on networks - such as national grids - and others on ...

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