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PM Grindeanu: Insolvency seems to have become national sport

Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu has asked the Finance Ministry and the National Tax Administration Agency (ANAF) to come up, by May 15, with a careful analysis of the state of affairs over the past years regarding the filings for insolvencies to draw up measures that will lead to a decrease in what he said seems to have become a national sport, according to Agerpres.

2017-04-13 19:13:42

"What interests us in the period immediately ahead is the legislative framework related to taxation," said Grindeanu. "We have to make a very careful analysis of what currently seems to become a national sport, namely many companies filing for bankruptcy. That does not concern the now, but the past years and the failure to get out of it. A very careful analysis must be conducted in this area, and I asked the Finance Ministry and ANAF to come up with measures to improve things so that what I called a national sport, and I guess the chairman said the same, no longer be practiced, and they must do so by May 15, a deadline we agreed upon together. There are very many assets, very many things frozen for the duration of the bankruptcy process. I want this analysis to be done carefully, and the analysis as well as the measures should be unveiled to me and the Government before May 15."

Grindeanu's statement came after a meeting with Agriculture Minister Petre Daea and the ministry′s headquarters in response to media question about what he asked ANAF and the Finance Ministry to do at a government′s meeting on Thursday.



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