Electricity demand in Asia and the effects on energy supply and the investment environment
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- Ishiguro, M. & Akiyama, T., 1995. "Energy Demand in Five Major Asian Developing Countries," World Bank - Discussion Papers 277, World Bank.
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KeywordsEnvironmental Economics&Policies; Montreal Protocol; Energy Technology&Transmission; Engineering; Economic Theory&Research; Energy and Environment; Energy Demand; Environmental Economics&Policies; Electric Power; Economic Theory&Research;
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