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The share of the income of the wealthiest fifth in Greek society was 6.6 times higher than that of the poorest fifth in 2013, data published this week by the Hellenic Statistical Authority shows.
The data shows that the income quintile share ratio, or S80/S20, of the total of equivalised disposable income of the top and bottom fifths of society, has remained almost constant since 2011 and 2012, when it was 6.6.
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