Teashop owner with his tea
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Greece tea shop owner: 'Very little hope for the future'

Another six months of capital controls "and we will be finished", says the owner of an Athens-based tea shop, Sakis Papatheodorou.

His family-run business depends on imports - increasingly difficult given the current cash restrictions.

Speaking to the BBC's Tanya Beckett, he says very few Greeks "have hope for the future".

  • 17 Jul 2015
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