New overdue taxes rise by 995 mln in Oct, taking stock to 105.8 bln
Hirings balance negative by 33,249 in November as seasonality impact begins to tail off
Budget primary surplus at 7.61 bln in November as expenditure curtailed
Turnover in services sector improves in Q3 2018 on annual basis, declining QoQ
Unemployment rate declines to 18.3 pct in Q3
Eurosystem funding falls by 978 mln in Nov, banknotes increase for fourth month
Tax wedge for single, married Greeks well above OECD average
The tax wedge in Greece remained well above the OECD average in 2014, according to the organisation’s Taxing Wages 2015 report published on Tuesday.
The comparison for a one-earner married couple with two children shows Greece has the highest tax wedge at 43.4 percent versus the OECD average of 26.9 percent.
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