In The EU: Bulgarians Spend The Most On Food After Romanians

Romanians and Bulgarians spend the largest part of their monthly income on food compared to the other countries in the European Union, with Romanians ranking first at 23.7 %, and Bulgarians following closely behind at second with 18.9%, indicate data from Eurostat for 2022, cited by the newspaper "Adevărul".

Eurostat: Greece ranks third in number of radio stations in EU

Greece has the third highest number of radio stations in the EU, after Spain and Italy, data from the EU's statistical arm Eurostat has shown.

According to the figures, released to mark World Radio Day, Spain, with 714 stations, Italy (679), Greece (599), France (343) and Portugal (299) held the top five spots in 2022 in terms of the number of radio stations.

Romania And Bulgaria Boast EU's Most Affordable Consumer Prices For 2022

In the year 2022, Romania and Bulgaria emerged with the lowest consumer prices for goods and services within the European Union (EU), showcasing a remarkable 41% below the EU average, according to data released by the National Statistical Institute of Romania on Friday.

Survey: Athens Europe’s worst city for remote working

Greek social media is up in arms after a Forbes Magazine article ranked Athens as the worst European city for remote working. The article was based on a survey by a British technology services company, Brother UK, which looked at which are the best and worst cities for remote working in Europe.