Finance Ministry suspends operation of Casino Loutraki
The Finance Ministry suspended the operation of Casino Loutraki at 08:00 am on Thursday.
According to information, the Casino owes 2 million euros in taxes.
The management of the Casino referred to a “ritualistic” act adding that they cannot bear the high taxation imposed.
“Unfortunately, we did not manage to collect the amount on time,” said to ANA-MPA a Loutraki Casino representative who also said that we are “struggling to collect the money in order to be able to open in the afternoon.”
They also underlined that all companies operating in the sector pay a 32 percent tax, OPAP pays a 30 percent tax and Loutraki Casino must pay a 35 percent tax.
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