Outlook for utilities sector seen as uncertain

Citi’s Pierre Lau, voted best utilities analyst for the third year in Asiamoney’s Brokers Poll, notes that while power demand in 2009 should equate to stronger year-on-year growth for utilities firms next year, there are concerns about inflation, which could bring about higher fuel costs.

  • 05 Nov 2009

Pierre Lau is nothing if not consistent.

Voted top utilities analyst for the third straight year, he is more eager to talk about his wife and children than his professional successes.

One of his funniest recollections was accompanying his eldest son through exams to gain entrance to a kindergarten, ...

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