Unpaid taxes keep rising, tax audits short of targets
Greece’s unpaid taxes rose by 873 million in May at a slightly accelerating pace compared to the 763 million recorded in April, according to data provided by the General Secretariat of Information Systems.
Following May’s performance, the year to date figure of new unpaid tax obligations stands at 5.2 billion, which corresponds to an average monthly new tax debt of 1.04 billion.
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