Talks with the IMF on regulated gas price issue

Representatives of the Association of Companies for Energy Utilities (ACUE) will meet International Monetary Fund (IMF) officials today for talks on several matters, including the cancellation of regulated prices for natural gas, and the debts of CFR railway company to electricity providers, reads a press release issued yesterday. Another topic of the agenda will be the legal framework and status of the off-shore projects, considered as an important step towards the energy independence of Romania.

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