The election of the Socialist-led government in June 1994 effectively initiated energy-sector privatization, which had languished since 1989. But whether recent foreign investment will continue depends upon whether the government has the nerve to implement rate changes and formulate a genuine energy policy by JEFF FREEMAN HUNGARY HAS SOLD MORE OF ITS ENERgy sector on […]

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