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  • Wednesday 21 December 2016 | A. Illán Box (Antonio)

    Collect from Spanish Government

    The Spanish public entities (“administraciones”) hold an important debt with private entities, whether they be professionals or corporations, Spanish or foreigners. A brief look at the figures show how on 2015 a debt from town halls only of 29.024.688.000 according to the Spanish Ministry of Tax and Public Administrations, with the city hall of Madrid on top of te list with a figure of 4.767.315.000 euros.

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  • Friday 16 December 2016 | M. Fotsala (Maria)

    Greek authorities release list of defaulters

    Some time ago my Spanish colleague Belén Lopez published an article regarding a list of Spanish defaulters, which was given out to the public by the Spanish tax authorities. As in Spain, the Greek tax authorities have recently published a similar list. Since July 2016, the General Secretariat for Public Revenue allows access to that data for all citizens, to engage the public interest into the progress and efficiency of the Greek Tax Administration.

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