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Russian Electricity Industry: Towards Market Economics

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Abstract

The power industry is one of the main branches of the national economy, it provides consumers with the most technological and ecological kind of energy. It forms the base of the fuel-energy complex (FEC) — the most important sector of the Russian economy, in which the interests of the largest industrial and financial groups are involved. These groups have significant impact on the economic life of the country.

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Gross Domestic Product Power Industry Thermal Power Station Power Sector Wholesale Market 
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