The Tax Administration of Serbia has published the list of the biggest tax debtors at the end of June 2016, which contains 358 active companies, 917 companies in bankruptcy and 96 being privatized.
Zastava Oruzje Kragujevac is the biggest debtor, with RSD 8.19 billion of debt, among the companies undergoing the process of ownership conversion, followed by Krusik Valjevo (RSD 2.55 billion), PTT Namenska Trstenik (RSD 2.25 billion) and Sloboda Cacak (RSD 1.6 billion).
The public enterprise for underground coal mining Resavica, with RSD 6.45 billion of debt, is the largest debtor among the companies in the process of privatization.
The list also includes Zastava Kamioni Kragujevac (RSD 2.58 billion, Yumco Vranje (RSD 2.03 billion), Industrija Obuce Beograd (RSD 1.21 billion), Lasta Belgrade (RSD 1.09 billion), Zastava Vozila Kragujevac (RSD 1.06 billion).
Belgrade-based Mostogradnja is the biggest debtor on the list of companies undergoing reorganization, with RSD 4.05 billion of debt, followed by FAP (RSD 2.29 billion), Industrija Motora Rakovica (RSD 3.10 billion), Trayal Corporation Krusevac (RSD 2.19 billion), MSC Bor (RSD 1.30 billion).
The biggest tax debtor among active companies at the end of June was Borba, with RSD 1.96 billion of debt, followed by Lola Livnica Belgrade (RSD 1.05 billion) and Mera Invest Belgrade (RSD 952 million).
Among the biggest debtors are also Navip, Komgrap, Novosti, Ratko Mitrovic, Rudnap.
The biggest debtors among the companies in bankruptcy are Beobanka, with RSD 31.57 billion of debt, and Investbanka (RSD 23.68 billion). The list also includes Magnohrom, Farmakom, BIP, Beohemija, Zekstra, Agroziv.
The list of tax debtors includes 1,181 entrepreneurs, with Dragana Cicic, owner of Drvoplast Kraljevo, having the largest debt at RSD 123.6 million.
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