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The Tax Administration of the Ministry of Finance yesterday (Tues) publised a list of legal entities, entrepreneurs and citizens, whose tax debts to the state are overdue by more than 90 days, writes website dalje.com.
More than 102,000 tax debtors made the list which went public on Tuesday. Zagreb-based company Tempo tops the list with tax debts totalling 292 million kuna (40 thousand Euros), with Croatian Radiotelevision next on the list with debts of 222 million kuna (30 million Euros). In third place is Zagreb company Pan, who are in the paper industry, with debts totally close to 143 million kuna (18 million Euros).
There were 13,066 registered tradespeople, who owe the state more than 100,000 kuna (14 thousand Euros) in taxes on the list and 82,180 individual citizens. The top individual defaulter on the list owes 61 million kuna (8 million Euros) to the state.
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