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Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics tops Lithuania's corporate taxpayer list in H1

BC, Vilnius, 06.08.2020.Print version
Biotechnology company Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics paid the most taxes, not including VAT and excise duties, to the Lithuanian budget in the first half of 2020, leaving the Klaipeda State Seaport Authority in second place and the state-owned energy group Ignitis Grupe in third, according to figures from the State Tax Inspectorate, cites LETA/BNS.

Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics, the port authority and Ignitis Grupe paid 35.377 million euros, 28.664 million euros and 28.562 million euros in taxes, excluding VAT and excise duties, during the six months, respectively.  

SEB Bankas came in fourth with 28.297 million euros, followed by Valstybiniu Misku Uredija (State Forestry Enterprise) at number five with 21.127 million euros. 

Further down the list are Swedbank with 18.954 million euros, the retailer Maxima LT with 13.85 million euros, and Danske Bank's Lithuanian branch with 12.483 million euros.

They are followed by two telecoms companies: Telia Lietuva with 9.755 million euros and Bite Lietuva with 9.365 million euros. 

The country's top 100 corporate taxpayers contributed a total of 504.173 million euros in taxes, excluding VAT and excise duties, during the first half.  

The list does not contain budgetary and public establishments.  

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