Eurostat: Highest threats of poverty, social exclusion in Bulgaria, Romania and Greece
More than one-third of Greek citizens continue to be threatened by poverty and social exclusion, with one-fifth of residents in the country also facing problems in paying for basic heating and electricity needs, according to a Eurostat survey this week.
The trend comes even as energy consumption in the country continues to increase.
EU-wide, the threat of poverty and social exclusion is highest in Bulgaria, Romania and Greece.
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