From Farmers to Doctors, Biggest Tax-Evaders in Greece for 2013

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Greece’s Financial and Crime Unit (SDOE) had quite a big job on their hands last year. After numerous thorough controls, SDOE discovered that there are an abundance of Greek citizens from different groups that are not paying their taxes as they should.

Greek farmers are on the top of the list of the biggest tax-evaders in Greece. In second come the contractors and in third, large enterprises. Fourth on the list of biggest tax-evaders in Greece stand the traders of agricultural products who are then followed by doctors.

SDOE also uncovered that a political figure is on the list of biggest tax evaders in Greece. According to SDOE’s official announcement, Pavlos Xaikalis, MP of Independent Greeks, is not paying his taxes properly. Earlier today, Mr. Xaikalis gave a brief interview to the Greek TV channel SKAI, where he confessed by saying “I admit that I acted against the law. But this was not my intention. I take full responsibility for my action and it was not my intention to act illegally.”

Additionally, Greece’s Financial and Crime Unit also found many State-owned organizations that are tax evading.


  • tomthumb015

    Greek milk is €1.30 a litre, (USD 1.79) is highest in the EU and the Greek milk industry oppose reform, now there is a big surprise? Greece is the most retail protectionist country in the EU. Political pressure is applied to politics to block reforms to the Greek retail sector.
    Milk, reading glasses, blocking Sunday trading laws, competition is a dirty word in Greece.

    The Greece pharmacists have been running a legal monopoly of drugs, charging 10X the price for simple aspirins, blocking supermarkets from selling simple over the counter cold, flu, headache medicines.Why? simple its a legal racket for the pharmacists.
    Southern Mediterranean countries like Portugal, Spain, Italy and Greece, its impossible to buy simple aspirins in any supermarket, instead go and see a man in a white coat and get ripped off paying much higher prices?