Another Electricity Price Hike Still Possible
June 19, 11:00

The electricity price hike will plunge the country into difficult socioeconomic conditions. The ensuing price increases will hit consumers hard in the pocket and discourage the competitiveness of businesses, economist Artak Manukyan believes. Although the PSRC only partially satisfied the request of the ENA, deciding to raise the electricity tariff by 6.93 drams with the increase to become effective August 1, nevertheless the public protests do not subside.

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