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A decade long experience shows that the monitoring of the performance of public and private monopolies in South America is proving to be the hard part of the reform. The operators control most of the specific information needed for regulatory purposes and have little interest in volunteering their dissemination unless they have an incentive to do so. This paper argues that, in spite of, and maybe because of, a much weaker information base and governance structure, Latin America's electricitydoi:10.1596/1813-9450-2907 fatcat:wcxcaprznnhwposuoz3qcjy5yi