Boc: Romania will attract EUR 4.3 bln from European funds in 2010

Romania will attract EUR 4.3 bln from European funds in 2010, money that “can expedite the overcoming of the crisis” by the country and can bring the “relaunching of a better life in Romania,” PM Emil Boc declared at Sibiu, Mediafax informs. Boc said during a visit to a company from Sibiu that the firms from Romania should access a bigger amount of European funds and submit projects in order to go on the international market. He announced that it arises from the analyses which were made that Romania would attract EUR 4.3 bln from European funds in 2010. “These European funds may help Romania to go faster past the crisis.”

He declared that the role of the Government is to prepare a legal framework that would allow to back any firm from the country which works well. Thus, he resumed the idea of the flat tax of 16 per cent, that the Government maintains as a supportive measure, the technical unemployment, the “minimis” state aid schemes, or the aid that the firms which hire unemployed will receive.

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