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In primul rind , ca sa vedeti cum se leaga toate aceste diversiuni intre ele cititi si postarea anterioara , peste care am trecut prea repede , din cauza evenimentelor in continua schimbare :
https://emilthor.wordpress.com/2008/10/27/doar-citeva-cuvinte/

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Da , este vorba de …….F.M.I.- ul „romanesc” din str. Halelor , Nr. 7, etaj 2 , Sector 3, ……….. Bucharest !!!!
– DIVIZIA REGIONALA ROMANIA SI BULGARIA !!!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

ERAM SIGUR CA-I DOAR O DIVERSIUNE , PREA APARUSE COMUNICATUL ASTA , LA FIX , PENTRU GUVERNUL DIVERSIONISTULUI TRADICEANU …….

Asadar , asta-i textul in engleza ……. poate se gaseste cineva sa-l traduca , DAR CIT MAI CORECT !! 😉

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INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND
REGIONAL OFFICE FOR ROMANIA AND BULGARIA
Nr. 7, Halelor Street, Second floor, Sector 3, Bucharest

Tel # (4021)3115833 Fax # (4021) 3181410 Web-site http://www.fmi.ro

PRESS RELEASE

October 28, 2008

We are aware of references in The Economist last week to countries, including Romania, that are supposedly in talks with the IMF about financial support. We do not have discussions about such financial support underway with Romania, but we maintain a close policy dialogue with the Romanian authorities.

As with several other Fund members, we have been assessing with the Romanian authorities the possible effects of global financial markets turmoil. The current external environment for Romania is very difficult: there is a process of de-leveraging taking place in developed countries, which has had profound implications for emerging markets. Yesterday’s S&P downgrade of Romania’s sovereign foreign currency credit rating to below investment grade is likely to further undercut confidence.

In this difficult environment, the bar for policies is set high. Decision-makers need to send a clear signal to the markets with wage and fiscal policies that are realistically attuned to a very difficult external environment.

In this setting, the initiative to increase teachers’ wages by 50 percent may need to be reconsidered. We estimate that the impact on the budget would be modest in 2008 but reach over ¾ of a percent of GDP in 2009. In addition, if the increase were extended to other public sector employees, the impact could reach over 4 percent of GDP in 2009. This would send a wrong signal to financial markets. Even before this salary increase became known, public and private financing sources were drying up, the RON was under pressure, Romania’s sovereign risk premium had increased to record historical levels, and domestic interest rates had increased substantially. And given that average public sector salaries are already higher than private sector salaries, a salary increase of this magnitude would trigger similar wage demands in the private sector, damaging Romania’s competitiveness, and leading to inflation levels that Romania has not seen for a long time.

In sum, strong wage and fiscal policies are required to defend the interests of all Romanians, especially the most vulnerable. We remain ready to assist the Romanian authorities in their endeavors to achieve macroeconomic stability and improve investor confidence.

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Sa inteleg ca cineva din Romania , nu spui cine – persoana importanta – a cerut printr-o scrisoare , parerea unui BIROU REGIONAL al FMI din Romania ( FMI cu care nu avem nici macar un acord semnat, care sa dea dreptul acestora la „sfaturi si opinii” catre guvernul roman ) sa se pronunte asupra UNUI ARTICOL ECONOMIC din „The Economist ” , de saptamina trecuta ???
Deci biroul asta FMI , chiar asa , regional cum este el , s-a pronuntzat asupra legii de marire a salariilor profesorilor sau asupra consideratiilor din articolul aparut (poate platit?? 😉 ) in revista economica The Economist , mentionata mai sus !!!

………….. e , cum e 😉 ????? ………. Taricene , aud ???? 👿

Mari jigodii sunteti bai , nemernicilor „liberali” , daca puteti sa puneti la cale astfel de diversiuni !!

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