Modelling water costs 1992-93 further research into the impact of operating conditions on company costs by Mark B. Stewart

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Statementprepared for Ofwat by Mark Stewart.
SeriesOfwat research paper -- no. 2
ContributionsGreat Britain. Office of Water Services. Costs and Performance Division.
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