I wonder how foreign countries live after the introduction of retaliatory sanctions by Russia?))
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Answered on November 16, 2014 16:41
Yes, it is difficult to say, you can, of course, draw conclusions on the basis of the media, but in the age of information wars, this is probably silly. In addition, the media give conflicting information and who to believe? Well, someone writes that food prices are reduced throughout Europe and Europeans are happy, someone writes that good products go to feed their pets and farmers are ruined. Well, my friend, who moved to Tallinn for permanent residence, says that she does not notice anything special. The situation is the same in Russia, in European newspapers they write that we are dying of hunger here, but what about us? Well, the price tag has risen to individual categories of goods, and, perhaps, that’s all. Generally speaking, it is too early to evaluate the effect.
Answered on November 16, 2014 16:54
Answered on December 18, 2014 11:27
Yes, in general, in many countries it is now hard: In Spain, Italy, Bulgaria, etc., and so is your crisis + refusal from suppliers.