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Erik de Vrijer: IMF, no preference for flat tax or progressive taxation; collections must not decline
15.08.2012, 13:43 | Finance-Banks | 577 views

The IMF does not have a preference for the flat tax or for the progressive taxation of revenues, but it is important that the fiscal reform ensures a sufficient revenue level, allowing the Government to make the priority expenditure for economy, education, health system, infrastructure, International Monetary Fund Mission head Erik de Vrijer told an interview to Agerpres.

According to Erik de Vrijer, several indicating targets and performance criteria were missed, among the most significant being the ceiling for the central administration arrears, which was missed by approximately 60 million lei, and the ceiling for the arrear stock of the local authorities, which was also missed, as, instead of decreasing, it increased a bit.


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