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Greek state’s arrears to private sector continue to increase; 1.669 bln€ in Feb. 2019

Panos - Apr 22, 2019

The state's arrears to the private sector continued to increase in February 2019, compared to the previous month, according to figures released this week by the finance…

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Finance ministry: Arrears to the private sector up in Feb. 2019

Panos - Apr 05, 2019

Greece's finance ministry on Thursday reported an increase, in February, of arrears by the state owed to the private sector. According to figures for the general government…

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Greek state’s target for Nov-Dec 2019 a hefty 10.2 bln€ in collected tax revenues

Panos - Nov 27, 2018

The Greek finance ministry's affiliated services will have to collect tax revenues exceeding 10.2 billion euros over the last two months of the year in order to…

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Greek state arrears to private sector reach 1.974 bln€ in July 2018

Panos - Oct 11, 2018

The Greek state allocated - on paper - 922.6 million euros to cover arrears to the private sector in August 2018, although final payments paid out by…

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Ministry releases list of banks, investment funds whose reps met with Alt. FinMin in London last month

Panos - Jul 04, 2018

The finance ministry on Wednesday provided a list of banks and investment funds whose representatives met late last week with Greek Alternate Finance Minister Giorgos Chouliarakis in…

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Direct tax revenues in Greece over Jan-Aug period miss budget target by 619 mln€

Panos - Sep 27, 2017

A shortfall in projected revenues from income taxes and corporate taxes on individual taxpayers and businesses, respectively, widened by 216 million euros in August, Greece’s finance ministry…

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Govt official doesn’t rule out more austerity measures for 2018

Panos - Sep 14, 2017

A top government official in Athens on Wednesday told reporters that a commitment to achieve specific fiscal targets in 2018 still stands. "... I don't expect that…