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IMF intent letter: government will seek international consultancy companies to recruit new managers for state owned companies
09.05.2011, 11:15 | Finance-Banks | 745 views



The state will commit to use international human resources companies to recruit the future managers of some state owned companies that register debts. This will be included in the intent letter that the government will sign with the IMF, governmental sources declared for HotNews.

This is a revolution in the way the positions were offered so far, quoted sources said. So far, these positions were attributed following negotiations in the government and none of the managers were liable for the weak performance of the companies they managed.

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