Electricity prices forecast to rise 10% in nuclear-free Taiwan
Taipei, May 27 (CNA) Electricity prices in Taiwan will increase by no more than 10 percent if the country phases out nuclear power by 2025, Economics Minister Lee Chih-kung (李世光) said Saturday, rejecting projections of a 40 percent hike.
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