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30.05.2013

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Queensland braces for power price hike MP3

Queensland's power prices are expected to skyrocket from July. Earlier this year, the Queensland Competition Authority recommended a 21 per cent increase for standard domestic electricity customers. Social welfare groups, farmers and the business community are urging the State Government to soften the blow. Source: abc.net.au

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