21 May 2003 Editor’s note: Capital is a Romanian economic weekly. Religious groups in Romania have an annual income of $200 million that they receive from parishioners, the state, and their “brothers from abroad.” Mandatory taxes, voluntary contributions, profitable businesses, donations from abroad and an allocation from the state budget–which is not insignificant at all–bring […]

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