Economic experts for cheaper energy

The experts of the Panel of Economic Practices have spoken out against purchase premiums for cars and other industry-specific aids. In the current crisis, such undertakings would solidify structures that already exist, but would not have a meaningful effect on the economic situation.

The Expert Council for Assessing Macroeconomic Development, thus the official designation of the panel, spoke out against the fact that energy costs should be reduced in order to relieve the burden on provincial households as well as companies. Education and transport routes should instead be promoted besides energy.

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