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PM Ponta: Economic growth must be kept for longer to translate in incomes
15.08.2013, 11:26 | Economy | 713 views

Romania’s economic growth in H1 is higher than the projection in the Agreement with the International Monetary Fund, but we must keep this trend for longer for it to translate in incomes and the living standard, Premier Victor Ponta said in the opening of the weekly government meeting.

“Our program now is very simple: we take care about bread, Mr. President about the circus. We have normal decisions to tend to in today’s meeting. I only want to reassert that just like you, I have seen the figures released by INS for the first half of the year. The growth is higher than projected in the agreement with the IMF. As a matter of fact, the IMF also agreed with an increase of the initial projection. May God help us keep this positive trend, which will definitely not be visible in a month or two, but only if we manage to keep it for a longer time. It will then translate in incomes and the rise of the living standard,’ said Ponta.


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