Viewpoint: Market Intervention Fever Grips Europe

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Market intervention is now on the table in Europe as part of the desperate efforts to stem an energy crisis that is spiralling out of control. Expropriations, nationalizations and bailouts of energy companies are now a reality — and the EU’s liberalized energy market could be next on the guillotine. Europe would be wise to choose its next steps carefully as disrupting the market even temporarily could take decades to piece together.

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