Gas price caps and consumer subsidies are costly and futile

Instead of an EU-wide price cap on gas, risking a spiral of higher import prices and subsidies,  consumers should have the right incentives to reduce their gas consumption, writes Daniel Gros.

Gas price caps and consumer subsidies are costly and futile

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