Energy prices have little impact on national exports-study


PARIS, Oct 2 (Reuters) - Energy prices have little impact on whether a country is a competitive exporter of manufactured products, according to researchers at Brussels-based think tank Breugel. Electricity prices for corporate users have become a political issue in the European Union. Employers' associations blame Europe's widening power cost differential with shale-gas rich U.S. for a loss of competitiveness. The European Commission plans to present an analysis ...


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