EU threatened with permanent dispute over gas price cap

The Commission agreed on a value for the gas price cap, which should amount to €275. However, this value could become a permanent political pawn among the member states. The reason is a new clause in the draft that the Commission officially presented yesterday, which was not yet included in the leak that Europe.Table had already reported on Wednesday morning.

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