The revenues to the state budget in the first seven months of 2012 stood at 10.712 billion lei, which is 395.2 million lei (3.6%) than initially planned. At the same time, the state budget income is by 13.7% higher than against the same period of the past year.
According to sources in the Ministry of Finance, the main revenues to the state budget in January-June 2012 accounted for 9.582 billion lei, which is by 0.2% more than initially-planned and by 14.2% more than in January-July 2011.
The state institutions financed from the state budget collected special funds worth 650.8 million lei, which is by 16.2% less than initially planned. The revenues from the special funds stood at 195 million lei, surpassing the pan by 20.4%.
Revenues from the projects financed from foreign sources in the 1H2012, stood at 286.4 million lei, which accounts for only 47% of the overall revenues planned for this period. Moldovan received grants of 262.5 million lei, of which internal grants – 9.6 million lei and foreign grants – 252.9 million lei.
The budget spending in the first seven months stood at 11.552 billion lei, which accounts for only 83.7% of the initially planned figure. Yet, the budget spending is by 3.7% higher than the one recorded in the similar period of the year before. The deficit of the state budget stands at 839.2 million lei. The state debt, recorded on July 31, was equivalent to 20.226 billion lei.
Infotag’s dossier: The Law on State Budget for 2012 envisages that the budget income should stand at 21.033 billion lei (US$1.744 billion), whereas the spending – at 21.939 billion lei (US$1.819 billion). The budget deficit should stand at 906 million lei (US$75 million) and the state debt – at 20.481 billion lei, which is by 1.254 billion more than in late 2011.