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Wind markets remain subject to high levels of political risk and are still denied the long term stability essential for steady growth. Concerted international action on carbon reduction is missing. Wind still waits for an extension of its Production Tax Credit beyond 2003 in the US, commitment from Canada's provinces to supporting the national Wind Power Production Incentive, adjustment of energy trading rules in the UK to remove in-built disadvantages to wind, long term market regulation for wind throughout Scandinavia, and other measures around the world.

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