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'leccy price rise
« on: Saturday, 21 June, 2014 @ 07:54:12 »
The abolition of a series of subsidies on electricity rates, as the bailout agreement between Athens and its creditors dictates, will mean that as of July 1 homes consuming up to 800 kilowatt/hours per four-month period will see their power bill increase.

However, small commercial enterprises such as shops will enjoy a decline, according to the chairman and chief executive of Public Power Corporation, Arthuros Zervos.