The Ministry of Economy and Development carried out market research of about 870 items on the occasion of the commercial promotion known as "BLACK PRINT" in order to avoid the wrong occurrences and to help consumers in their programming.
The Securities Observatory of the General Secretariat for Trade and Consumer Protection conducted a survey of the prices of a sample of technological products. Prices were obtained through field research in electronics stores in Athens, as well as through price data from the marketing companies themselves. These prices are the ones that are in force on Friday, November 16, 2013 and are concerned about 870 types of mobile phones, smart TVs, tablets and laptops.
Consumers and stakeholders can take the following prices in the form of e-mail editing of the Ministry of Economy and Development:
For its part, the president of the Athens Trade Club, Stavros Kafunis, in relation to "Black Friday" and "Cyber Monday", made the following statement: "The real problem facing today's market is the lack of disposable income from households this is not immediately vice versa, consumers and businesses will continue to experience everyday problems of survival. Promotional activities like Black Friday and Cyber Monday, given their huge exposure to retail chains, should also be followed so that they will also receive part of any increase in sales that is so needed. We wish these actions to stimulate the market and be a day of delight for retailers and consumers and is not yet an anemic prolonged period of discounts. "