Retailers Open Today, with Voluntary Schedule of 11:00-20:00

November 27, 2022

ATHENS – Retail stores are open this Sunday (Nov. 27), with a voluntary schedule of 11:00 am to 20:00.

This Sunday is of particular significance to retailers, as it lies between Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales and consumers will be able to do their price comparisons and decide on purchases, Piraeus Chamber of Commerce & Industry President Vassilis Korkidis said recently of November 27 sales.

As midterm sales are no longer held, “the Black Friday institution appears to have stirred the interest of consumers, and the trade sector is trying to attract and offer low prices to consumers. It also provides a true incentive to consumers, who at this time are under financial strain, to buy goods that cover their current needs at a better price.” He added that there are adequate stocks and several bargain prices for all levels of spending, as well as great competition in the market.

At the same time, the Federation of Private Sector Employees of Greece (OIYE) called a 24-hour strike on Sunday in the retail sector, “against the government and Development


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