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Javier Blas

Europe’s Energy Crisis Will Cost You $200 Billion — Probably More

Governments have to prop up failing utilities if they want to keep people’s lights and heating on. But the bill will ultimately fall on taxpayers.

Keeping the gas on is going to be expensive. 

Keeping the gas on is going to be expensive. 

Source: Bloomberg

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