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" Given the large price increases and the inelastic demand, it is surprising that expenditures went up only 1.5 percentage points on average. The impact may have been mitigated by improvements in service quality or substitutions of other energy sources.... "
Power's Promise: Electricity Reforms in Eastern Europe and Central Asia - Page 34
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Deregulation and Its Discontents: Rewriting the Rules in Asia

M. Ramesh, Michael Howlett - 2006 - 264 pages
...Given the large price increases and the inelastic demand, it is surprising that expenditures went up by only 1.5 percentage points on average. The impact...choose natural gas because it is clean, convenient, and low priced. Other alternatives - such as kerosene, coal and wood - are less convenient. 0\ Uj 5 4.5...
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