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Some South Korean Households Are Paying More Than Factories For Power

  • S. Korean households face higher power costs amid summer heat
  • Industries get lower per-unit rate under decades-old policy

It’s not the searing heat sweeping across South Korea that’s keeping Park Hana awake at night, but the cost of electricity she’s using to keep cool.

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