Ela wrote:It may be more prevalent in areas that are hit by the economic crisis, but it is happening everywhere.
The need for cheaper products cannot be the answer. Let's stop this before it is too late - small businesses, especially specialty stores, can provide something that is better than online shopping or shopping at the mall. I'd rather pay a little more and keep the small guy going. Vote with your wallet!
Stuart & Jo wrote:
I think that online shopping is the way our children’s generation will go.
Unfortunately, Jeff, I suspect that, hard as we might try, we'll have b*gger all influence because, amongst other things, we're a pretty small proportion of the population.Jeffstclair wrote:.... lets not screw it it up here as well.. eh
I suspect a few tavernas will soon be empty premises if our experience of last night continues. On our way to a normally very busy taverna which was, maybe 20% full by 20:30, we passed three others that, between them had not one customer. Even the souvlaki shop seemed to be doing only about 50% of its normal trade.
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