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Arrears to Romania’s aggregate national budget increase by 37.6% in August 2022

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The arrears to Romania’s aggregate national budget increased by 37.6% in August 2022 on a monthly basis, to 305.78 million lei, from 222.18 million lei, according to data published on the website of the Ministry of Finance (MF), Agerpres reads.

Arrears over 90 days increased by 72.8%, from 83.9 million lei to 145 million lei, while arrears over 120 days increased by 32.1%, from 78.5 million lei in July to 103.7 million lei in August 2022. Conversely, arrears over 360 days decreased from 59.7 million lei to 57 million lei (-4.53%).

According to the ministry, in terms of the local budgets, arrears increased by 40.6%, from 204.66 million lei in July to 287.86 million lei in August.

Arrears over 90 days increased by 75%, to 141.5 million lei, those over 120 days increased by 33.5%, to 100.8 million lei, while arrears of more than 360 days decreased by 5.4%, to 45.6 million lei.

Arrears to autonomous public entities increased from 17.52 million lei in July to 17.92 million lei in August 2022 (+2.28%).

Arrears over 90 days increased by 20%, to 3.6 million lei, those over 120 days levelled off at 3 million lei, and those over 360 days decreased by 0.87%, to 11.4 million lei.

Agerpres

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