Unpaid taxes rose by 1 bln a month in H1 2014, collection targets missed

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: MoF, Taxes

The rate of increase in Greece’s unpaid taxes accelerated to 1.03 billion euros in June from 873 million in May and 763 million in April, according to data provided by the General Secretariat of Information Systems, which also revealed that most tax collection targets are being missed.

The June figure went back up above the 1-billion mark for the first time since March. The highest monthly unpaid tax obligations so far in 2014 were in February, when they reached 1.39 billion

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