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Funding pressure to be lower next year
22.11.2012, 14:39 | Finance-Banks | 603 views



The funding pressure put on the state budget will be much lower next year, given the deficit target and the macro-economic indicators, Public Finances Ministry’s deputy director general Laurentiu Dumitru Andrei told a news conference.

‘When looking at the indicators and the pledged (budget) deficit for next year, we see a cut. The funding pressure will be much lower’, Andrei stressed.

He added the ministry is considering the same maturities.

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