Greek state arrears to private sector at 3.036 bln€ at end of Aug
The state’s arrears to the private sector reached 3.036 billion euros at the end of August 2018, of which 1.974 billion euros comprised arrears owed by general government entities, such a public hospitals.
According to figures released on Wednesday by the finance ministry, arrears in July 2018 reached 2.730 billion euros – 1.940 billion euros owed by state entities and 790 million euros in overdue tax rebates to individuals.
Arrears by social security funds to the private sector in August 2018 reached 876 million euros, down from 861 million euros in July 2018.
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