Brazil and Paraguay fail to agree on Itaipu electricity tariffs

The next Itaipu board meeting will be on December 15, after the meeting between the presidents of the two countries, who will meet on December 13 to discuss the tariff.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The meeting of Itaipu Binacional's board of directors ended without consensus on Thursday (2). Paraguay proposed to increase operating costs and Brazil to lower them. Presidents Mario Abdo Benítez and Jair Bolsonaro will meet on Monday, December 13.

Itaipu's general counsel, Gerardo Blanco, confirmed to Gen channel that there was no agreement on the electricity tariff to be applied next year since both countries maintained their opposing positions.

With the amortization of debt, in 2022, there will be an annual surplus of US$600 million. This same amount is what Paraguay proposes to . . .

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