*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – EC Commission, 15 April 2008, Report to the Council and the European Parliament - Progress in creating the internal gas and electricity market, COM(2008) 192, [SEC(2008) 460.] As part of the monitoring of the implementation of the energy liberalisation Directives adopted in the late 1990s (Directive 96/92/EC for electricity and Directive 98/30/EC for gas, as repealed and replaced respectively by Directives 2003/54/EC and 2003/55/EC), the Commission adopts annually what were originally presented as benchmarking reports, which since 2005 have become progress reports on the creation of the internal gas and electricity market. The seventh in the series
CASE COMMENT : PUBLIC SECTOR - EC LAW - SECONDARY LAW - COMMISSION COMMUNICATION - INTERNAL MARKET FOR ELECTRICITY AND GAS
Energy: The European Commission releases its latest report on progress in creating the internal gas and electricity market which highlights the existence of major barriers to the efficient functioning of the market (Internal gas and electricity market)
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