Greece raises prices on everything from July 1

Greece raises prices on everything from July 1

Restaurants in Greece charge ever higher prices every week. Cafe, bar and tavern owners say they are forced to adjust prices as their costs rise.

Greece raises prices on everything from July 1

For example , coffee, which was sold on the beach for 2 euros last summer, now costs 4 euros. Different restaurants have different prices, but always higher than before.

Clothing manufacturers and shoes, they also say that they are forced to raise prices and expect a drop in turnover. From July 1, a new wave of price increases is expected, which will affect not only food, economists warn.

Greece has already commented on “energy poverty”. A survey published the day before shows that every second Greek family is having difficulty paying for electricity, and a third of Greeks are deprived of food to cover their debts.