Large market chains unable to bare six times more expensive electricity


Drastically more expensive electricity, the imprecise definition of measures related to the limitation of margins, the absence of a comprehensive approach of the state in dealing with crisis moments and unfair competition are only part of the problems faced by large market chains.
During the visits to large market chains such as “Ramstore”, “KAM”, “Tinex” and “Vero”, a common conclusion is that in these conditions of the energy crisis, the income of the markets cannot follow the growth of costs, especially in conditions when the high electricity bills in on average, they are six times higher compared to the same period last year. These commercial chains, where over 4,000 people work, are hoping for help from the state. Otherwise, some of them will be forced to close certain outlets.

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