Govt eyes own energy package if EU fails to approve joint action

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Cost of living, Energy, KINAL, New Democracy, SYRIZA
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Recognising that the cost-of-living crisis is its Achilles’ heel at the moment, the Greek government appears to be drawing up plans to launch its own scheme to contain energy prices if no joint action is agreed at EU level.

Media reports over the last few days have indicated that the Finance Ministry is examining what kind of resources Greece could allocate towards a new programme aimed at easing the burden on households and businesses, even though an energy bill subsidy, ...

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