VIDEO: A Distressing Look at the Effects the Greek Debt Crisis Is Having on Street Food MarketsThe Guardian's Phoebe Greenwood visits Athens' street markets and cafes to discover nearly empty establishments as Greeks cut down on everything from meat to fruit and dairy while their country's fate remains unresolved.
The Guardian’s Phoebe Greenwood visits Athens’ street markets and cafes to discover nearly empty establishments as Greeks cut down on everything from meat to fruit and dairy while their country’s fate remains unresolved.
Greenwood points out, “The Greek financial crisis, as it plays out in international stock and bond markets, can feel quite abstract; but in the street markets of Athens, it’s very real.”
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