Romania, the most indebted state to IMF, MEP Cretu warns

Social-Democrat Party (PSD) MEP Corina Cretu, vice-president of the EP’s Development Commission, interpellated the European Commission yesterday on the risk of growing indebtment to the IMF of some EU member states, as Romania became the most indebted state to the Fund. “Romania has, at the moment, the highest debt to…...

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