Romanian gov’t publicizes salaries in state-owned companies


Managers of the state-owned companies in Romania get monthly allowances between €2,500 and over €14,000, local news site reported citing data provided by the government. The allowances paid monthly to the board members are between some €30 and €7,300, Romania-Insider wrote. The lowest pay for a board member is to be found at Conversmin, and the highest, at Electrica. The highest monthly allowance for a manager of a Romanian state-owned company is found at railways company Compania Nationala de Cai Ferate CFR S.A of €14,583, followed closely by the salary received by the general manager of the Romanian Post (Posta Romana), of €14,280.


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