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Electricity crisis ‘strangling Honduras firms’

Wednesday, August 24, 2011


\ Industry in Honduras is being asphyxiated by frequent power cuts and tariff adjustments imposed in order to compensate fuel increases, business leaders claim.\ \ At the root of the problem is the crisis faced by the state power company, ENEE, they say.\ \ Jesús Canahuati, a prominent leader of the free-zone assembly plants, said that black-outs and high tariffs are having an “enormous” impact on companies.\ \ \ \ Original source (in Spanish): El Heraldo\ \ \ \