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October 19, 2021

Govt to pass clawback tax draft bill next week

Premier Emil Boc again urged new Health Minister Ritli Ladislau to put the clawback tax draft bill up to Executive passage next week and to complete the list of C2 generic medicines, so that Government could then allot RON 150 M from the reserve Fund.

Jeffrey Franks, the head of the IMF agreement evaluation mission in Romania, said the Romanian government should drop the clawback system in the health sector and come up with a different tax version instead.

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