Rise in overdue contributions slows to 310 mln in Q3, total at 16.9 bln

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The rise in unpaid social security contributions (SSCs) slowed quarter on quarter (QoQ) to 310 million euros in Q3 of 2016, from 831 million in Q2. The outstanding amount reaching 16.92 billion, the quarterly bulletin of the single SSC collection centre (KEAO) displayed on Monday.

The increase in Q3 is the slowest quarterly rise in the last five quarters.

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