Greek households continue to slash spending on goods and services


Greek households devoted a greater portion of their monthly household spend on food, housing and education in 2015 compared to 2008, while a smaller share went on clothing and footwear and health, according to the 2015 Household Budget Survey published by the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT).

The report noted that the share of Greek household spending on food, education and health is among the highest in Europe, while accommodation and housings takes up a lower share.

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