ITALY: Italian consumer goods: counting the cost of coffee (COMMENT)
A cafe in Rome has been found guilty of artificially inflating prices after the switch to the single European currency, thus confirming the suspicions of many of the country's consumers. The court ruling will hopeful deter deliberate 'euroflation' and restore some consumer confidence in pricing, thus stemming any further damage to the consumer sector.
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