The Association of Ghana Industries says it is worried any increment in tariffs could make their members less competitive.

Stakeholders for some time now have been deliberating on proposals from utility companies for an upward adjustment in tariffs.

The Public Utilities Regulatory Commission and Parliamentary Select committee on Energy and Mines have been meeting with power and water providers, as they seek to justify the need for the increases.

They are expected to hold a similar meeting with the Association of Ghana Industries next week.

Ahead of the meeting, Executive Director of the AGI, Seth Twum Akwaboah tells Joy News they expect the utility providers to give them adequate justifications for their proposals for price increases.