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The fallout from Europe’s energy war

The industrial sector would bear the brunt of any power rationing imposed as a result of Europe’s shift away from Russian energy, but the direct economic impact of this would be smaller than one might expect. However, the knock-on impact from higher commodity prices would be felt more widely, making output in some sectors even more uneconomic and tightening the squeeze on household incomes.

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