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Tax income down

The state has received 25 percent less income from tax and customs duties than expected during the first quarter of this year. The Sk43.3 billion (€1.06 billion) figure is less than a fifth of the total income planned for the year.

Direct taxes were at 95 percent of expected levels.

Compiled by Conrad Toft from press reports.
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