Government fails to collect $44.8 bn in debts

As part of the anti-crisis pact implemented in 2020, the government has had to charge R$242.6 billion ($44.8 bn) in tax debts incurred by the Union’s active debt. The biggest impact comes from the suspension of so-called third-party liability procedures. In this case, debts of R$ 159.9 billion ($29.6 bn) are no longer assigned.

Source: Folha