The Portuguese took to mass protests due to the housing crisis – property prices jumped by more than 75%
Thousands of people took to the streets of Lisbon and other cities in Portugal on Saturday, April 1 , in protest against skyrocketing rents and house prices.
Portugal is one of the poorest countries in Western Europe, with more than 50% of employees earned less than 1,000 euros per month last year. The minimum wage is 760 euros. Portugal's current inflation rate is 8.2%.
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The average cost of renting a one-room apartment in Lisbon is around 1,350 euros.
According to the European statistical agency Eurostat, from 2010 to rental housing – by almost 25%.
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