A quarter of families lost more than 25% of income

in News, Economy, Algarve · 26-03-2021 11:17:00 · 0 Comments

A quarter of Portugal’s families have lost more than 25% of their income; and the scenario is worse in the Algarve

A barometer by consumer rights watchdog Deco concludes that the Algarve and Madeira were the regions most affected by the pandemic, with more than 40% of families saying they lost more than a quarter of their income last year. The Algarve has the highest percentage of people who admit financial difficulties (73%), with Faro appearing as one of the most critical districts (81%).

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