Italy: a country in knee
On Wednesday, Italy was blocked by a strike which constrained the country in knee.
Stations without petrol, supermarkets without food, university canteens closed, blocked highways: the numbers of this strike are alarming. A first estimation is:
More than 1 billion € for every day of strike;
Higher prices of foodstuffs up to 30% with an increase of 20 euros per family, with increases “unjustified” which reached 50%;
Stations have lost 500 million;
Supermarkets lost about of 1.7 billion of collections.
Consumers have taken assault small grocery stores that thanks to stockpile sufficient for 2-3 days and supplies are made on a local scale have rectum impact.
Italy is a country without government, in the hands of strikes which block its economy: italians are unhappy of their country and their society, and New York Times on Wednesday post this video and this article about Italy and the work of Beppe Grillo.
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