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After a short-lived rise by less than 1 billion in October, Greece’s new unpaid taxes increased by 1.45 billion in November, General Secretariat of Information Systems (GSIS) data showed on Monday.
The November figure indicates the third highest reading and the sixth above the 1-billion mark in the course of the year. The aggregate number points to a total of new tax arrears of 11.83 billion year to date, down by 5.3 percent compared to the corres...
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