The southern Chinese industrial stronghold of Guangdong plans to abolish state-set electricity rates for industrial and commercial users, Bloomberg reports. Industrial users requiring high-voltage electricity will have to acquire their power through public auctions at market prices from now on, according to the report. These new regulations would not apply to agricultural power users and citizens.
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