Adrian N Ionescu
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de Adrian N Ionescu | 14.12.2016 .
Many of the economic promises from the government program that PSD launched during the election campaign repeat older themes from the collection of economic policies of the party that won the 2016 parliamentary elections.
Given that most of the promised measures would be difficult to budget even with a maximum deficit considered and, on the other hand, these promises would clearly involve a generous budget, below is a short and simple list comprising both the tax reduction and the increases of salaries and expenses in the areas where the party decided that people has expectations.
PSD’s economic program provides:
Many of the PSD’s promises involve salary increases and tax decreases at the individual level, whose impact on the economy have not been yet fully clarified:
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