EU chief proposes price cap on Russian gas to help deal with energy crisis
18 September 2022 | 7:45 am
Ursula von der Leyen also proposed a price cap for firms profiting from rising energy prices and spoke of a "solidarity contribution" for fossil fuel companies.
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