Finance minister about a possible delay of the IMF instalment: plan B is to get a loan from the market but that would not be good for the country - financiare.ro
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Finance minister about a possible delay of the IMF instalment: plan B is to get a loan from the market but that would not be good for the country
17.12.2010, 20:41 | Finance-Banks | 596 views



Romania will have problems accessing instalments from the IMF if it will fail to comply to conditions in the IMF/EC agreement and the plan B would be take up loans fromthe market which is not a good thing, Romanian Finance minister Gheorghe Ialomitianu declared.

His declarations follow PM Boc's declarations on Friday that the government has a plan B if the law on salaries will not be adopted in the agreed calendar since the Parliamentary meeting meant to read the motion of censure was suspended because the Opposition left the room.

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