Europe Takes On Gazprom at Last, Now Must Hang ToughMatthew Bryza
Sept. 18 (Bloomberg) -- The European Union’s antitrust investigation of OAO Gazprom, announced this month, is a landmark case. It shows a new EU resolve to crack down on rent-seeking by Russia’s natural-gas behemoth and, at long last, to heed the complaints of the bloc’s smaller ex-Soviet members.
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