Consumer scorecard finds Greeks struggling most in EU with cost of living crisis

Economy Tags: Cost of living, EC
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Photo by EC - Audiovisual Service

The European Commission published on Tuesday the annual consumer conditions scorecard for 2023, a report that captures consumer habits based on surveys that took place in October and November 2022.

The findings are discussed today at the Commission’s annual consumer summit in an exercise that is meant to monitor consumer sentiment across the EU around topical themes, the green and digital transitions. 

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