Power Surge

Mertens, Brian
July 2011
Forbes Asia;Jul2011, Vol. 7 Issue 8, p74
The article discusses the power sector in the Philippines and informs that the sector earlier experienced inefficient state contribution and low investment but following the liberalization in 2001 many business people have made good fortune by investing in power sector.


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