Martedì, 23 Ottobre 2018

Tax revenues rise by 533 million euros in first four months


Rome, June 5 - Despite a serious and lingering
recession, Italian tax revenues rose by 0.5%, or about 533
million euros, in the first four months of 2013, the department
of finance reported Wednesday.
Revenues between January and April totaled 117.56 billion
euros, the department noted.
Direct taxes rose by 4.5%, or about 2.7 billion euros more
than the total reported during the same period in 2012.
"Revenue from the first (four months) of 2013, in spite of
a negative economic situation, remains broadly in line with the
corresponding period of the previous year," the finance
department said.
Tax revenues collected as part of the government's fight
against tax evasion totaled 2.1 billion euros, a roughly 5%
increase compared with the same period last year.
Despite the economic downturn, value-added tax revenues
rose by 2% in the retail sales sector.
Revenues from gaming were more stable, slipping by just
0.6%, representing about 28 million euros.

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