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OLAF: Romania ranked first in EU on number of fraud investigations in 2007

de A.C.
Marţi, 22 iulie 2008, 15:07 English | Top News

Romania opened 95 files to investigate possible frauds, which ranks the country on the first place among EU member states, the annual European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) shows. The report points out that 60% of the investigations launched in 2007 come from 5 member states: Belgium, Bulgaria, Germany, Italy and Romania. 

As number of opened cases, Romania is closely followed by Italy with 80 cases and Germany with 75 cases. OLAF considered that Romania is actually on the second place, if the population criteria is considered, following Bulgaria with 52 new cases investigated but before Greece with 41 cases.

OLAF targets several sectors like agriculture, customs transit, cigarettes market, pre-accession funds and structural funds. An analysis of the European fund management in Romania will be found in another report, set up by the Commission to the Parliament and the Council which will be officially published Wednesday, July 23.

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