Poland's energy regulator plans market liberalisation start in H2 2012.

By bne IntelliNews October 4, 2011
Poland's energy regulator will kick off its market liberalisation plans in H2 2012, starting with wholesale trade, PAP news agency reported, quoting agency executive Halina Bownik-Trymucha. The next step will be the liberalisation of the market for industrial and maybe at a later stage for retail consumers, Bownik-Trymucha added. The agency official said that in order for the process to be successful, the trade in gas will be moved to the commodity exchange.
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