Proposed EU Gas Price Cap Struggles for Support

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Proposals that would cap the price of natural gas imports into the EU are struggling to gain support from member states, but diplomats are lining up behind a handful of other measures aimed at stabilizing the continent's energy markets.

Policy and Regulation, Gas Demand, Gas Prices, Sanctions, Gas Supply, LNG Trade, Macroeconomics , Ukraine Crisis
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