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Romanian Govt “Firmly” Rejects Immediate Gas Price Deregulation
03.02.2011, 15:55 | Energy | 1641 views

The Romanian Government “firmly” rejects the liberalization of gas prices at this time, since this is a measure to be implemented gradually, Thursday said Karoly Borbely, secretary of state within the Economy Ministry.

"(The IMF) can request it, but the Government does not agree. This is not a measure to be taken from one day to the next. We firmly reject this idea," Borbely said.


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