... while SE reviews the nuclear issue

June 2003
Modern Power Systems;Jun2003, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p7
Reports on the projection of the national power utility, Slovenské Elektrárne to complete its partial privatization during the first part of the year 2004 in Slovakia. Inauguration of he competitive bidding process for the purchase of stock shares of the utility; Exclusion of the Gabcikovo hydro power plant from the privatization process; Accounts on the effectiveness of the unit completion.


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