Leaders of the government coalition parties on Monday will debate the thorny question of how to rebalance the costs of electricity supply between different categories of Czech households and businesses. An outline proposal for changes from the national energy regulator has resulted in an avalanche of criticism with one option now to go back to the drawing board.
Over 100 representatives of Czech steel producers travelled to Brussels on Monday for a major protest. They joined thousands of others from around Europe in demanding that China not be granted market economy status – a move they say would make it harder for European companies to protect themselves from cheap Chinese steel imports and cost thousands of jobs.
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