Pledging to scrutinise sell-off deals in the energy sector, Turkey's energy regulator has stated it will not allow anyone to sell power to the state expensively. "This country doesn't have to pay extreme prices for electricity for 20 years," Energy Market Regulation Agency chairman Yusuf Gunay told a business gathering in Ankara.
"We are not planning to give licenses to anyone who attempts to sell electricity to the state at prices that are twice the world prices. We will scrutinise every provi...
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