IMF: Taxes are definitely not to increase in months to comePublish date: 04-05-2010
Taxes will certainly not increase in the months to come, said head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) delegation in Romania Jeffrey Franks.
Franks underlined that they were working with the Romanian side and would reach a conclusion at the end.
The IMF mission is visiting Bucharest these days in order to assess the way in which Romania fulfilled its benchmarks stipulated under the Stand-By Agreement. The financial assistance programme, worth 20 billion euros, is supported by the IMF (12.9 billion euros), the European Commission (5 billion euros), the World Bank (1 billion euros) and other international donors.
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