Analysts: Mexico could become major US power supplier

HOUSTON, Apr. 24, 2001 – Mexico could emerge as a major power supplier to southern California and Arizona in the next 5 years, contributing to the division of the western US grid into northern and southern markets, Arthur Anderson LLP analysts said at a Washington, DC, press conference.

TORONTO, April 23, 2001 – The Toronto Board of Trade expressed its approval that the Government of Ontario had set a date for opening its electricity market.

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