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Three arrested in Sparta for debts of a total of 1.3 mln euros

Three people were detained on Thursday in Sparta, in the Peloponnese, for debts to the state totalling 1.3 million euros.

A 65-year-old was arrested for tax debts worth 438,269 euros, a 68-year-old for an unpaid tax bill of 442,808 euros and a 70-year-old was detained over 438,274 euros in outstanding debts.

ekathimerini.com , Thursday Jan 23, 2014 (19:09)  
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