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LIBOR: Where Things Now Stand

United Kingdom, Global - November 27 2017 On 27 July 2017, Andrew Bailey, the chief executive of the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), announced in a speech that after 2021 the FCA would...

Ian Jack, James Huang, Michael Foundethakis, Andrew Lockhart, Indri P. Guritno, Creighton Meland, Nick Tostivin, Maria Teresa lentile, Matthew Kluchenek, José Antonio Morán.


Japan's retail electricity market: frequently asked questions from foreign entrants

Japan - September 12 2017 In April 2016, the Japanese electricity market was fully opened to retail-level competition. This brought significant change to a power market one...

Masahiro Tanabe, Masamichi Komatsu, Ean Mac Pherson.


Japan's retail electricity market: frequently asked questions from foreign entrants

Japan - August 30 2017 In April 2016, the Japanese electricity market was fully opened to retail-level competition. This brought significant change to a power market one...

Masahiro Tanabe, Masamichi Komatsu, Ean Mac Pherson.


Reform of the Japanese electricity sector -opportunities for foreign investors?

Japan - September 12 2013 Following the March 2011 earthquake and nuclear incident, the Japanese government has realized the urgent need to hasten its electricity reform...

Ean Mac Pherson, Toshio Sasaki.


DOE expected to act on LNG exports in 1Q 2013

USA - February 1 2013 On January 24, 2013, the initial public comment period ended for the report on LNG exports released last month by the DOE (LNG Export Study)...

Colin D. Cook, Hiromitsu Kato.