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Ministry of Public Finance (Romania)

Ministry of Public Finance
Coat of arms of the Romanian Ministry of Public Finance
Incumbent
Ioana Petrescu (Independent)

since 4 March 2014
Website www.mfinante.ro

The Ministry of Public Finance of Romania (Romanian: Ministerul Finanțelor Publice) is one of the fifteen ministries of the Government of Romania.

The minister's seat is currently held by Ioana Petrescu.

The following agencies are subordinated to the Minister:

  • National Agency for Fiscal Administration (Agenția Națională de Administrare Fiscală)
  • National Customs Authority (Autoritatea Națională a Vămilor)
  • Financial Guard (Garda Financiară)
  • 40 Public Finances County General Directorates (Direcții generale ale finanțelor publice judeţene), the Public Finances General Directorate of Bucharest (Direcția Generală a Finanțelor Publice a Municipiului București) and the General Directorate for the Administration of Big Taxpayers (Direcția generală de administrare a marilor contribuabili)

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