Crisis: Greece; tax debts to State exceed 70 billion euros

21 October, 13:29

    (ANSAmed) - ATHENS, OCTOBER 21 - Tax debts to the Greek State hit a new record in September, reaching a total of 70.16 billion euros from 69.24 billion euros in August, daily Kathimerini online reports quoting the General Secretariat for Public Revenues as saying on Tuesday. New debts in the January-September period came to 9.68 billion euros, added to a total shortfall of 60.48 billion dating from before 2013. In September alone, taxpayers ran up debts of 923 million euros, the secretariat said. In the nine-month period from January to September, the state managed to collect 2.69 billion euros in arrears, or 14.16%, missing the target set by the troika for 2 billion euros in revenues from old debts by the end of the year and the collection of 25% of all new debts. (ANSAmed).

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