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6 Electricity

Commodity Trade and Finance

6 Electricity Electricity Electricity is not a commodity in the traditional sense of the word. Although ubiquitous in our everyday lives, and uninterrupted access to it is a measure of prosperity and economic development, electricity cannot be stored, in commercially large enough quantities, and is traded cross-border only among a relatively small number of countries.

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