Latvia: Consumers worried about utility, electricity, food prices: poll

Latvian consumers are worried the most about the rising prices of utilities, electricity, and food products, according to a Norstat poll for Luminor Bank, Baltic News Network reports. The survey showed that 29% of respondents were worried the most about heating and other utility costs, another 29% about electricity costs, and 24% about food prices. Consumers also said that they were “tired” of the rise of fuel prices, health care prices, and prices for clothes and footwear, according to the poll.