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Greece: Retail Enterprises’ Turnover Up 14.6% in Q1

ATHENS – Retail enterprises’ turnover grew 14.6% in the first quarter of 2022 compared with the same period in 2021, totaling 12.8 billion euros, but fell 16.7% compared with the fourth quarter of 2021, Hellenic Statistical Authority said on Wednesday.

The used items category recorded the biggest percentage increase in turnover (66.1%), followed by footwear and leather products (55.1%). On the other hand, the categories of textiles, clothing and footwear in open markets fell 3.7% and fresh fish dropped 7.3%.

Central Greece (18.1%) and Southern Aegean (18.1%) were the regions with the biggest percentage increase.

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