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Romanian Government: Unemployment figure in state system is not set in stone

de Alina Neagu, transl/adapt. C.B.
Vineri, 15 ianuarie 2010, 17:55 English | Politics

"Neither the IMF agreement, nor any other document referred to a figure set in stone addressing people leaving the public sector. There was no pre-established number of people to be made redundant in the state system. The cost standards will tell us how many people we need for a maximum efficiency in each sector", Executive spokeswoman Ioana Muntean declared on Friday, January 15 2010, Mediafax informs.

"Maybe some sectors may need more employees than they currently have, if the standard cost - based analysis will indicate it", she added.

Romanian PM Emil Boc declared on Thursday evening that the number of the people to be sacked from the public administration will be established considering an analysis correlated with cost standards. This would indicate both the sectors where more staff is needed and the sectors that need to make employees redundant.  

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