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The government has responded to a long-awaited report on electricity tariffs by rejecting some key recommendations, notably the consultants’ call to move to cost-reflective tariffs by raising prices for residential customers while reducing costs for businesses, including mining companies, writes Chiwoyu Sinyangwe in Lusaka.
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