Top debtor owes state HUF 1.6 bln

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A Budapest-based firm, Ammory-Car Kft currently tops the quarterly revised “black list” at the tax authority NAV, owing a total of HUF 1.6 billion from nearly a billion in unpaid taxes and the consequent penalties. In close second is a private individual, Csaba Varga who also owes nearly HUF 1.6 billion. The list of reluctant taxpayers is regularly revised to include companies owing more than HUF 100 million and individuals with debts of HUF 10 million or more to NAV.

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