The National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) brought to the state budget incomes worth RON 123.32 bln in the first nine months of the year, 7.6 pc more – in nominal terms – than a year ago, while the share represented by this sum in the state budget advanced by 0.5 percent points, reads a press release. ANAF’s incomes represent 99.7 pc of the planned sum announced by the Ministry of Public Finance (MFP) after the budget rectification of August. In the structure of state budget incomes, those resulting from the profit tax advanced by 6.2 pc (RON 475.2 M) against the first nine months of last year, those from the income tax increased by 12.5 pc (RON 1.72 bln) and the VAT brought RON 36.2 bln, up 6.2 pc (RON 2.12 bln).The purchase of land by foreigners, limited as of 2014Next year, the state will take some measure meat to limit the purchasing of land by foreigners, after the liberalisation of the market, on January 1st 2014, Agriculture minister Daniel Constantin said in a press conference yesterday, quoted by Antena 3. Presently, approximately 800,000 hectares of farmland at country scale are administered by foreign citizens or companies. Hungarian PM Viktor Orban recently announced that Budapest will soon adopt a new law prohibiting foreigners to purchase agricultural land. On the other hand, the maximum sum a farmer may receive this year for a hectare (EU funding plus the money allotted from the state budget) is EUR 158, up from EUR 132 last year.