Some of the wealthiest Serbian businessmen like Miroslav Miskovic, Miroslav Bogicevic, Bogoljub Karic and Dragan Djuric , or rather their companies, owed most in unpaid taxes in 2017 – the Blic daily writes.
Miroslav Miskovic’s company, which is managed by his son Marko Miskovic, Mera Invest is the third on the list with 1.01 billion dinars in unpaid taxes. The first one is the publishing company Borba which owes a total of 2.1 billion dinars.
Navip from Zemun, which is still operational, owes about 476 million dinars, the construction company Komgrap almost 469 million dinars, the Automobile and Motorcycle Association of Serbia (AMSS) has half a billion dinars in unpaid taxes, while Beograd Film owes 176 million.
There are also several football and basketball clubs on the list. For instance, FC Borac has to pay 166 million dinars in back taxes, FC OFK Beograd 123 million, FC Obilic 102 million dinars, and basketball club Partizan owes about 95 million dinars.
According to the Blic, the first ten companies on the list owe a total of 8.7 billion dinars in unpaid taxes. There are also quite a few bankrupt companies, like Farmakom, a company founded by Miroslav Bogicevic, which owes 1.9 billion dinars.
Bogoljub Karic, or rather his defunct company Astra Simit, owes 2.28 billion dinars in taxes, while Dragan Djuric’s Zekstra Group owes the state about 470 million dinars.
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