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ormer Bulgarian Economy and Energy Minister Delyan Dobrev has warned that power rates will go up in 2014 due to the 5% price cut introduced in August 2013. During a press conference on Sunday, Dobrev, as cited by Darik radio, explained that the decrease in the transmission fee should have gone hand in hand with updates to the contracts with the state-owned energy companies to their benefit, Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency) wrote.
He argued that the failure to introduce updates to the contracts had resulted in a situation in which foreign companies were able to buy electricity from Bulgarian plants at a lower price by around BGN 20/MWh compared to the tariffs for Bulgarian firms. American Chamber of Commerce, Bulgaria
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