ASSIGNMENT ID
313973
SUBJECT AREA Economics
DOCUMENT TYPE Outline
CREATED ON 17th November 2017
COMPLETED ON 23rd November 2017
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TITLE: Is Gazprom a natural monopoly in the EU energy market?

I need the detailed outline (intro, body,conclusion) of the question. You should use this link so you can refer to it while writing the outline. Please read it carefully! You are not allowed to show your opinion. Please also refer to other simuliar texts from internet to answer the question and write the bibliography of them. Please use the link below it has to be the main source but also include other texts (4-7) texts (bibliography) https://www.ft.com/content/16f9906a-6067-11e5-a28b-50226830d644
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