PG&E may take charge; talks with state to resume

HOUSTON, Mar. 30, 2001–PG&E Corp. Friday said because of an accounting change, it may take a fourth-quarter aftertax charge of $4.1 billion to write off power purchase costs incurred by its Pacific Gas & Electric Co. utility unit.


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