Timothy Ash writes
Thursday, July 26, 2018

Timothy Ash writes

Timothy Ash writes: Good news…[but] gas prices in particular still seems to be a deal breaker for the IMF – as around a 40% gas price hike is now required…with elections and the heating season looming that might still be politically difficult – albeit around 6.5 million households are covered by subsidy programs.

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