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EU energy ministers seek to tackle spiraling power costs

By DW
09 September 2022   |   1:10 pm
European energy ministers are holding an emergency meeting in Brussels to debate measures on protecting consumers and businesses from soaring energy prices. Reaching agreement on a solution is likely to prove difficult.

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