Sunday, April 2, 2023

“The worse things are for people, the better things are going”

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Bruno Megaro (59, left) and Stefan Gautschi (57) run a pawn shop in Grenchen SO.

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Samuel WalderRingier journalism student

A bike, jewellery, pictures or mobile phones. The operators of the deposit box in Grenchen SO accept almost everything. The two managers Bruno Megaro (59) and Stefan Gautschi (57) opened their pawn shop a good seven years ago. Now inflation is playing into their hands more than ever.

Blick is sitting at a table with the two men in a back room of the shop. Her office is next door. Unauthorized persons are not allowed in there. Because all their money is in this room, according to the two. Megaro sips his coffee and begins to speak: “We’re also feeling the price increase.” This is reflected in increased demand. “The worse things are for people, the better our business is,” say the two.

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