VAT gap of 30.1 pct in 2018 keeps Greece among worst performers in EU

EconomyFeatures Tags: EC, Revenues
The European Commission's VAT Gap report has revealed that the European Union lost an estimated 140 billion in Value-Added Tax (VAT) revenues in 2018, equal to a total revenue loss of 11 percent across the EU.

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