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Government will introduce water charges by end of 2014, says troika

UPDATE: The government has agreed to introduce domestic water charges in the fourth quarter of 2014, according to an accord published today following the recent visit of the bailout troika.

13th June, 2013
There had been uncertainty over the timing of the charges but today’s memorandum said there is a commitment by the government.

The government has agreed to introduce domestic water charges in the fourth quarter of 2014, according to a memorandum of understanding published today.

Today’s memorandum followed the ninth review of the bailout by the troika, which took place earlier this month.

There had been uncertainty over the timing of the charges but today’s memorandum said there was a commitment by the government to have a plan in place by the last quarter of this...

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