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Wielding discounts, new power providers battle for households

TOKYO -- Newcomers to the business of selling electricity to Japanese homes are jockeying for position in an 8 trillion yen ($67 billion) market ahead of full deregulation in April.

     A wide-open market will mean the end of the virtual monopolies held by Tokyo Electric Power Co., or Tepco, and other regional electric utilities.

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