Seventy-nine Percent of São Paulo Residents Complain of Increased Supermarket Expenses

Among the 44% having financial difficulties, 6.6 percent said they had lost all their income and 37.8 percent said earnings were partially reduced.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A survey conducted by Mobilis personal finance management startup, which interviewed 677 clients living in São Paulo State between July 2nd and 13th, estimated an increase in spending by the population in essential areas. A total of 79.17 percent of respondents said they spent more on supermarkets and 52.88 percent had higher . . .

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