Short Circuits: The Trials Of Constructing Power Plants In Asia
The fast-growing economies of Asia are thirsty for fresh supplies of electricity, and leading power companies such as General Electric and Enron are eager to win contracts to build the needed new generating plants. But the task of approving the projects is complicated by the rough-and-tumble politics of expanding democracy. Here are profiles of two battles over power plants in Taiwan and India.
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