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Consumer Protection Authority applies fines worth 950,000 lei after checks on fuel suppliers

The National Consumer Protection Authority (ANPC) applied fines amounting to 950,000 lei, and the National Authority for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) applied sanctions in the amount of 140,000 lei following checks carried out, so far, on the Romanian fuel suppliers, Government spokesman Dan Carbunaru informed on Friday.

ANPC conducted controls on 90 fuel distribution stations across the country, to which is added the headquarters of a company coordinating 215 stations in total. The level of fines applied so far by ANPC commissioners amounts to 950,000 lei, said Dan Carbunaru at Victoria Palace.

He added that in addition to these fines, there is also a number of complementary measures that are being taken.

The government’s representative also presented a provisional balance of ANAF’s actions on the same topic.

He explained that ANAF will return with a series of new data after the ongoing verifications that are currently being carried out, “at the headquarters of one of the Romanian fuel suppliers, as well as at other companies.”

 

Emergency Inspectorate applies fines worth 750,000 lei after checking 814 filling stations

 

IGSU (General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations) representatives applied fines totaling 750,000 lei, following checks carried out until Friday, 10.00 am, on 814 filling stations, where they checked how these stations worked and how they traded fuels.

He added that during the verification campaign, 234 controls of the Labour Inspectorate were also carried out, as a result of which several types of sanctions were applied.

“In the field of labour relations, 116 controls have been carried out, 24 sanctions have been applied and another 100 measures were imposed to remedy non-compliances. In the field of health and safety at work, 118 controls were carried out, 132 sanctions were ordered, of which 112 warnings and 20 fines in the amount of 111,500 lei,” Carbunaru specified.

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