“We try to find revenues for the system that will have a minimal element of justice. The options are limited. Some type of tax on transactions, if it is well-planned, cannot be ruled out,” the minister told Real FM earlier today, adding that a similar tax on large transactions has been imposed in other European countries.
“Before we criticize or applaud, any action must be properly thought out. I repeat: If it is implemented,” he noted.
Commenting on non-performing loans (NPLs), he said that the government will submit a new law before Feb. 15 that will exclude three types of loans from being sold to private funds – mortgage loans on main residence, loans of small and medium-sized businesses and consumer loans.