Argentina's Macri to Raise Frozen Utility Bills to Close DeficitBy and
Electricity, nat gas tariffs to be increased in coming weeks
`Country must save in energy to reduce deficit,' minister says
Argentina’s energy tariffs, which have been frozen for more than a decade, will be allowed to increase as new President Mauricio Macri’s government attempts to close the largest fiscal deficit in more than 30 years.
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