Vasilescu (BNR): Wage Hikes For Health, Education Staff Could Take Romania Back To 2008

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The salary increases for the health and education staff recently approved by the Parliament’s labor and budget committees could take Romania back to 2008, when the Parliament gave with one hand and took away with the other, said Adrian Vasilescu, adviser to the central bank governor.
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