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Just over a third of the Greek population spends about three-quarters of their income on paying off bills and debts, while a further 15 percent spend almost all their income on the same expenses, according to research by the National School of Public Health (ESDY).
The ESDY survey, conducted on 2,005 adults nationwide, also found that a third of respondents (33.13 percent) have serious or very serious financial difficulties, making them unable to service debts and bills.
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