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Tax revenues rise 3.4% in first half of year

UPDATE: Tax revenues in the first half of the year rose 3.4 per cent year on year to €17.6 billion, according to the latest Exchequer Returns released by the Department of Finance.

2nd July, 2013
The Department of Finance.

Tax revenues in the first half of the year rose 3.4 per cent year on year to €17.6 billion, according to the latest Exchequer Returns released by the Department of Finance.

* **Read Cliff Taylor's analysis here**

The returns beat the government’s target by 1 per cent, the department said. It said that the bailout program primary deficit target was met for the 11th consecutive quarter.

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