Romania to cut up to 100,000 state jobs in 2010

Romania will cut around 100,000 public sector jobs next year to meet requirements attached to an IMF-led rescue deal, designated Finance.

Minister Sebastian Vladescu said on Tuesday. “The budget draft (for 2010) envisages a reduction of a little under 100,000 employees.

A large part of it will be done naturally by not filling in new vacancies,” Vladescu said during parliamentary hearings. Parliament is expected to endorse a government line-up proposed by designate Prime Minister designate Emil Boc in a vote of confidence on Wednesday.

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