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January 25, 2021
BUSINESS

National Infrastructure Development Programme resized

The government approved yesterday an emergency ordinance meant to regulate certain financial measures that concern the National Infrastructure Development Programme (PNDI), in order to respect the commitments it took in front of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the European Commission (EC) and the World Bank, a press communiqué issued by the Regional Development and Tourism Ministry informs. The ordinance will lower, during the next budget amendment, the PNDI loan commitments by approximately RON 15.9 bln, having a corresponding impact on budget loans until 2020 too.

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