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Back to the future

9 October 2007 By Simon Nixon

A JP Morganled consortium is paying £4.2bn for the UK utility in the first big test of the infrastructure market since the credit crunch. Not only is the price a touch higher than originally anticipated, but the debt package is similar to previous deals. That suggests the market is still alive for the right assets.

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