Romanian Government decides this fall on possible new agreement with the IMF

Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta said, in the context of the upcoming visit of an IMF mission, that the Government aims to bring to an end the ongoing stand-by agreement and that a decision with respect to a possible new financing line will be taken this fall, reads Mediafax.

Now, we have to analyze the structural reforms, in particular the implementation of private management, the Ordinance no. 109/2011. So, given the current state, our desire is to bring this agreement to an end well so that this fall we will be in the position to decide whether to conclude a new agreement and the conditions under which that agreement will be signed”, said the Prime Minister, quoted by the newswire.

Next week, on January 27, a new mission of the International Monetary Fund will come to Bucharest for the assessment of 2-billion euro stand-by agreement, said Ponta, who added that this time the visit of the delegates of the financial institution will be longer than usual.

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