Jordan government rethinks energy price hike

15 March 2012

Jordan's government has suspended an earlier decision which raises electricity prices amidst growing opposition amongst traders and lawmakers, Jordan Times has reported. The Cabinet issued a decision to suspend new electricity tariffs announced in late January that would have raised rates by an average of 9% through May 1. Under the new decision, announced earlier this week, consumers will return to the previous electricity tariffs.

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