New overdue taxes climb by 1.4 bln in October, total stock reaches 93.9 bln

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: MoF, Revenues, Taxes

Greece’s new tax debt increased by 1.4 billion in October after a broadly similar rise of 1.35 billion in September, the General Secretariat of Public Revenues (GSPR) data revealed on Thursday evening. It is highlighted that new overdue taxes stand above the 1.3-billion mark for the third straight month. 

GSPR figures showed around one third of the overdue debt created in October related to three key taxes, namely VAT, corporate income tax and single property tax (ENFIA).

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