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Where power supply is financed by noncentral government sources- and a substantial proportion is so financed- a 'guidance price differential' is charged in addition. 5 /kWh at present. An annex explains the typical electricity pricing mechanism in China. 25 /kWh, are not far behind those of the East Asian cities in general. 20 /kWh. Of the other South Asian cities, Colombo and Dhaka have average tariffs also not far behind those of the East Asian cities in general. 48 /kWh. As a matter of interest, Table 1 also includes data on average tariffs for the residential and industrial sectors of OECD countries as a whole, and Japan.
This pattern is similar to that observed in OECD countries: average rates in OECD countries are about 7 c/kWh for industrial and just over US cents 10 c/kWh for residential. However, in practically all the countries of South Asia (except Bhutan), industrial tariffs are significantly higher than residential, while commercial tariffs are usually the highest. 85 c/kWh. Agricultural tariffs in most Asian countries are considerably lower than those paid by residential customers. The pattern of cross-subsidizing residential consumers is also found in many of the lowest income countries in Asia and in the World.
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A survey of Asia's energy prices, Volumes 23-248 by Anil K. Malhotra, Olivier Koenig, Prasert Sinsukprasert