More Evidence Of The EU Job Shredding Machine

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From Interfax Energy Daily, another damning indictment of EU energy policy and it’s effect on business in Europe;

Brussels must consider fundamental energy policy changes to prevent a mass exodus of industrial players, according to speakers at a conference held at London’s Chatham House on Monday.

“The most effective energy policies are the ones that are transparent, predictable and based on cost benefit analysis. Importantly, policies [should] allow market prices and open competition to determine the solutions,” said Franklin.

“The EU’s policy approach, which has favoured government-mandated solutions, has undermined the goals themselves,” Franklin added.


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