State debt to private sector up slightly in Sept
Greek state’s debt to the private sector grew slightly to 5.147 billion euros in September, from 5.120 billion in August, official figures showed on Tuesday.
According to a report on the general government’s data, pending tax returns totaled 807 million euros in September from 809 million in August. From the total 5.147 billion euros of state debt to the private sector, 2.696 billion were social security debt and 1.214 billion euros were state hospitals’ debt.
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