Man arrested for over 28 mln unpaid tax bill
The 66-year-old managing director of a photographic equipment retailer was detained in Thessaloniki on Tuesday over an unpaid tax bill of 28.1 million euros, police said
The 66-year-old managing director of a photographic equipment retailer was detained in Thessaloniki on Tuesday over an unpaid tax bill of 28.1 million euros, police said.
In Attica, police reported that a 40-year-old woman had been arrested for tax arrears of 2.9 million euros and a 47-year-old man for the nonpayment of 259,000 euros in taxes.
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