VAT revenue from islands exceed budget targets in August
The VAT revenue collected from the islands during August has increased significantly and exceeded the budget target by 9.91%. Over the eight month period between January and August, the target set out in the budget was exceeded by 30.01%.
In greater detail, the VAT revenue from Myconos was 170.1% above the monthly budget target, while in Rhodes it was 165.6% and Santorini the target was exceeded by 114.4%.
Additionally, the VAT revenue from Zakynthos was 91.2% above targets, in the case of Kerkyra 78.6%, Chania 53.7% and Iraklio 51.7%.
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