» Wednesday, April 26, 2006


Asked if the Financial Times story that the government would not block Gazprom from buying Centrica was true, the PMOS said that the question came under two headings: One, he did not discuss commercial contracts and two, it was hypothetical. Asked what the Prime Minister’s view of protectionism was, the PMOS said that the Prime Minister had made his view of economic patriotism very clear. He believed in free trade, which abided by proper regulations.

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