Summary: Regulating energy prices has been a common practice around the world. Access to energy products is central to people’s well-being and countries’ economic development, and thus many governments tend to regulate domestic energy prices and keep them relatively low and stable—despite the significant volatility of global prices. This practice has been prevalent in Arab countries, where domestic energy prices are among the lowest in the world.
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