Which link? The only link I posted was to the Nordic Library document for Norway. If you bother to read this document
you will find the following statement:
"In the EU, people falling below 60% of median income are said to be at-risk-of poverty."
Note the terms "EU" and "below 60 %". The figures I used in my original post were all gross figures so no errors on either count.
In reality it doesn't make a lot of difference. When we are discussing incomes between the tax free threshold and the poverty level the amount of tax paid is small, so the difference between net and gross is small, but it is still difficult for people at that level of income to pay it. I accidentally used a net after tax figure when I pointed out that the poverty level income in Norway was nowhere near the 6 x Greece that you claimed. I think the Nordic Library document supports what I said, despite the fact it is net. Given the figures in the Nordic Library document the gross poverty level income would only be 6 x that in Greece if somebody with a poverty level income in Norway paid 60 % tax.