Poland and Bulgaria Strive to Keep Lights On

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Poland and Bulgaria have become the first two EU countries to see Russian gas supplies halted after refusing to bow to Kremlin demands that they pay in rubles. Amid concerns other countries could be next, how the pair cope and how their power, industrial and residential sectors adapt will give some indication of how painful Russian retaliation for EU sanctions might be.

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