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Tax agency H1 2017 collection, up 4.1pct; June collection, 102.7pct of projections. PM Tudose assigns tasks to ANAF management; to visit ANAF hdqrs. this week

The National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) collected over 100 billion lei in H1, 2017 government revenue, up 4.1 percent from the same period of the year before, according to a press statement released on Monday.

“In the first six months of 2017, ANAF collected 101.15 billion lei, which means up 3.955 billion lei from H1 2016, which is a 4.1-percent increase by volume in the collected government revenue,” according to the statement.

In June 2017, ANAF collected 16.534 billion lei in government revenue, up 1.768 billion lei, or 12 percent, from June 2016’s 14.766 billion lei.

“The June 2017 projected revenue reported by the Finance Ministry was achieved 102.7 percent, which means by 437.8 million more, despite Value-Added Tax (VAT) reimbursements standing at over 1.287 billion lei, up 513.3 million lei form the same period of the year before,” says ANAF.

 

PM Tudose assigns tasks to ANAF management; to visit ANAF hdqrs. this week

 

Prime Minister Mihai Tudose has assigned tasks to the management of the National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) and will personally tour this week to the ANAF headquarters, governmental sources told Agerpres on Monday.

According to the sources, the PM will go to ANAF on Thursday or Friday and has assigned “very clear tasks” for the ANAF management, taking into account that consumption is on the rise, but Value-Added Tax (VAT) collections are declining.

Tudose is said to believe that “there is something wrong” and wants to see if ANAF has a “system problem” or “a staff problem,” the sources also said.

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