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Ten month tax income at Sk176.5 billion

TAX and customs authorities in Slovakia collected Sk176.5 billion (€4.42 billion) in the first 10 months of 2004, exceeding the planned tax revenue by 5.92 percent (Sk9.9 billion / €250 million), the SITA news agency reported.

The sum represented 88.26 percent of the annual tax income plan.

Tax revenues represented Sk171.8 billion (€4.31 billion) of the total sum and were Sk9.1 billion (€230 million) higher than expected.

Non-tax revenues of Sk4.7 billion (€120 million) were Sk791 million (€19.8 million) above the planned budget for 2004, announced the tax authority (DÚ).

Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
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