Romania’s Assets Stand At EUR200B, Public Debt At EUR51B, Minister Says

01.14.2013 By Claudia Medrega

Liviu Voinea, minister-delegate for the state budget, said in an interview for Ziarul Financiar, that the Ponta Government inventoried state assets, both in public institutions and state-run companies, and found its tangible fixed assets amount to 580 billion lei, i.e. almost EUR200 billion.

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