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Electric power: Foreign direct investment and corporate strategies in the Southern Cone

Energy consumption has surged in the last few years, especially in developing countries. Electricity has played a particularly significant role in this trend, owing to changes in patterns of consumption and economic growth. In the 1980s, combined-cycle technology made it possible to generate electricity from natural gas, making gas an increasingly sought-after input for generation. In general, these developments have prompted firms to alter their corporate strategies and to show a growing interest in integrating the natural gas and electricity subsectors.

Related Subject(s): International Trade and Finance
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