Moldovan budget revenues 0.8% lower than planned in March 2013

As of early March, the revenues to the state budget made 2.604 billion lei (US$210 million), which is 0.8% less than planned, but 19.4% more that against March 2012.   

According to the Ministry of Finance, the main revenues to the state budget in January-February made 2.368 billion lei (by 8.3% more than planned) and 29.3% more than against the equivalent period of 2012.  

State institutions financed from the state budget amassed revenues of 108.7 million lei, in the form of special funds, which is 17.8% less than expected. The revenues of the special funds made 46.9 million lei.   

The receipts from the projects financed from external sources made 81.2 million lei, which represents only 29.5% of the planned figure. Thus, 79.5 million lei entered the state budget in the form of grants, including 78.7 million – in the form of foreign grants.    

The spending of the state budget stood at 2.85 billion lei (US$230 million), which is 30.6% lower than the planned figure and 7.4% more than against the equivalent period of 2012.     

The deficit of the state budget made minus 244.3 million lei (US$19.7 million) and was covered due to the privatization of state property assets, sale of the governmental securities, as well as due to the foreign assistance.   

As of late February, Moldova’s state debt made 21.213 billion lei (US$1.714 billion), increasing 27.8 million lei since the begging of the year. 

Adapted from Infotag


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