Bulgaria parliament paves way for power price cuts
SOFIA Feb 27 (Reuters) - Bulgaria's parliament passed a law on Wednesday that will make it easier to cut electricity prices, in a bid to ease public anger that pushed the government to resign.
The new law allows regulators to change prices more often than the current once a year, and paves the way to push through a pledge to ease prices by 8 percent from March.
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