Privatising power

Taylor, Julian
April 1999
Middle East;Apr99, Issue 289, p41
Evaluates the viability of privatising power supply in Gulf Arab states and North Africa to meet demands. Comparison of private and state-run management of power supply; Account on the success of Oman in privatising power supply; Description of the private power schemes of the United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Privatisation in Egypt and Morocco, Libya and Tunisia.


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