Revenues worth over 18.277 billion lei (about 1.2 billion euros) entered the national public budget (BPN) in January-July 2012, - up by more than 2.326 billion lei against the same period last year, according to data by the Finance Ministry.
Deputy Finance Minister Victor Barbaneagra has said that, out of all the BPN revenues, the fiscal incomes stood at over 15.343 billion lei, non-fiscal collections amounted to 939.9 million lei. The fiscal revenues grew by 1.645 billion lei, and the non-fiscal ones - by 120.1 million lei against the first six months of 2011.
On the same period, the incomes of the public institutions' special means stood at 727.7 million lei, which accounts for 82.8 per cent of the provisions. At the same time, the revenues of the special funds were estimated at 200.6 million lei, which represents 119.9 per cent of the tasks set for the concerned period.
Grants worth more than 1.65 billion lei were disbursed to back the budget and finance investment projects of foreign donors and home investors.
The national public budget's spending amounted to over 19.340 billion lei, - by 8.3 per cent more against January-July 2011. The public expenses were directed to carry out social and cultural programmes, projects in the national economy sector, national defence, justice, constitutional jurisdiction, maintaining public order and national security, state services with general purpose, other areas.
In the first seven months of 2012, the BPN's deficit stood at more than 1.62 billion lei. On 31 July 2012, the balances of the BPN accounts dropped by 495.7 million lei against 1 January 2012, standing at over 2.450 billion lei.Moldpres