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What are European countries doing to reduce the impact of rising energy prices on homes and businesses?

European countries have spent a combined $276 billion on measures to counter the impact of rising energy prices. Image: Unsplash/Christian Lue

Dorothy Neufeld

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Germany introduced a $9 monthly transit pass to disincentivize road use Image: Visual Capitalist

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Over $60 billion has been allocated by Germany Image: Visual Capitalist

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