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17.10.2012

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Productivity Commission calls for reform of electricity regulation MP3

The Productivity Commission has slammed the current system of electricity regulation in a draft report, saying the current regime has lost sight of its overall objective - the long term interests of consumers. The report also says it no longer makes sense for state governments to be the owners of electricity network businesses. The association representing energy suppliers says privatisation is the logical end result... Source: abc.net.au

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