In the context where by, from April 1, the IRCC index will change, all Romanians with loans are trembling because they will once yet again have extra income to give. Most analysts say IRCC will go from 5.71% to 6%. Minister Adrian Câciu instructed us at an party in the Funds that IRCC will not exceed 7% until finally the conclusion of the calendar year.
“We understood that IRCC would exceed ROBOR since when you have two indicators, 1 has back again inflation, another one particular has foreseeable future inflation, when upcoming inflation drops, the just one that will come with back again inflation will constantly exceed at some position for a even though it will defeat this. IRCC will not exceed 7% right until the conclude of the calendar year,” the minister explained to us.
Requested by other journalists why our country did not choose steps to keep away from this chaos, Adrian Câciu statements that they have been taken, even if seemingly they are not noticeable.
“Romania intervened, past year, by minimizing other costs, which if mixed with the charge, could guide to an unbearable scenario. Romania, vis-à-vis Europe, intervened the strongest from the standpoint of help for citizens,” Câciu also mentioned.
At the second we also have a general public financial debt, but also a dedication to the European Commission on which we rely.
“Romania does not have fiscal room, it is a reality because we are in an extreme deficit treatment, we borrowed excessively in prior years, we incurred general public debt. We have to lower the deficit mainly because we are dropping European money,” Câciu ongoing.