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Energy subsidies in Pakistan are contributing to “severe supply problems” according to a report from the country’s Petroleum Institute.
Power consumption has grown by 80% over the last 15 years, but a failure to keep up with demand has led to crippling electricity shortfalls.
Continue reading: “Energy subsidies cripple Pakistan economy, says study”
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