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The prices for electricity are rising only very moderately. In the period of time in the table the prices for transport have risen much faster. Or take the "reforms" of health care: I have been paying for the glasses of two children ever since. More expensive than the electricity bill. And don't get me started on textbooks for school: in civilised countries they would be free. It is only anecdotal of course, but I don't know anybody who worries about the electricity bill. Families worry about the costs for football shoes, glasses and the bus ticket of their children.
by Katrin on Sun May 13th, 2012 at 09:35:21 AM EST
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