The state's debts to companies and individuals have remained relatively stable since the end of 2018, despite warnings from the country's creditors.
State debts are around 2.2 billion euros and it now appears that state suppliers will not be paid off by the end of the year, as the current government has promised.
The tens of thousands of social security fund debtors whose applications to settle their debts were approved will see their monthly installments declining from September as an interest rate reduction from 5 percent to 3 percent annually comes into force.
Both individuals and companies can repay their debts in up to 120 monthly installments.
Greece's Folli Follie overstated its 2017 revenue by more than 1 billion euros, an audit by PwC showed on Tuesday, as the jeweller reported a rescue plan proposed by bondholders had collapsed.
Folli instead presented an alternative restructuring proposal for creditors and said it expected court ratification of it by June 2020.
The two mechanisms for the settlement of debts to the tax authorities and the social security funds will be a sizable challenge for the next government. Greece's creditors estimate that the 120-tranche payment programs will create a fiscal gap of 0.6 percent of gross domestic product in the 2019 budget that risks missing the target of 3.5 percent of GDP.
More than 55,900 companies were dissolved in the first four months of this year, the largest number of companies in the last 10 years, according to a special analysis sent to AGERPRES on Thursday.