VAT revenues up in 2016 but rate hikes fail to close gap of 29 pct

EconomyFeatures Tags: EC, European Union, Revenues, Taxes
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The European Commission's VAT Gap report has revealed that high rates of VAT in Greece appear to have fed tax avoidance rather than close the gap between expected and actual revenues.

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