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Japanese law requires regional monopoly companies like Tepco to provide power to everybody living anywhere — no matter how isolated or remote — within their region. While other companies are legally allowed to sell electricity to industrial users, competition has in reality been limited. In return for accepting the responsibility of providing a universal service, the regional power giants have enjoyed a virtual monopoly in their markets.   1iIlL

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Japanese law requires regional monopoly companies like Tepco to provide power to everybody living anywhere — no matter how isolated or remote — within their region. While other companies are legally allowed to sell electricity to industrial users, competition has in reality been limited. In return for accepting the responsibility of providing a universal service, the regional power giants have enjoyed a virtual monopoly in their markets.   1iIlL


Japanese law requires regional monopoly companies like Tepco to provide power to everybody living anywhere — no matter how isolated or remote — within their region. While other companies are legally allowed to sell electricity to industrial users, competition has in reality been limited. In return for accepting the responsibility of providing a universal service, the regional power giants have enjoyed a virtual monopoly in their markets.  1iIlL

Japanese law requires regional monopoly companies like Tepco to provide power to everybody living anywhere — no matter how isolated or remote — within their region. While other companies are legally allowed to sell electricity to industrial users, competition has in reality been limited. In return for accepting the responsibility of providing a universal service, the regional power giants have enjoyed a virtual monopoly in their markets.   1iIlL


Japanese law requires regional monopoly companies like Tepco to provide power to everybody living anywhere — no matter how isolated or remote — within their region. While other companies are legally allowed to sell electricity to industrial users, competition has in reality been limited. In return for accepting the responsibility of providing a universal service, the regional power giants have enjoyed a virtual monopoly in their markets.  1iIlL

Japanese law requires regional monopoly companies like Tepco to provide power to everybody living anywhere — no matter how isolated or remote — within their region. While other companies are legally allowed to sell electricity to industrial users, competition has in reality been limited. In return for accepting the responsibility of providing a universal service, the regional power giants have enjoyed a virtual monopoly in their markets. 1iIlL


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