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Monitoring report on public procureMent: weaknesses identified and policy recommendations
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Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine. Macroeconomic Report: Mapping out vulnerable sectors in the EaP countries - structural change, Visegrad experience and relevance for EU policy
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Machine Industry Report
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Energy Industry Report: Mapping out vulnerable sectors in the EaP countries - structural change, Visegrad experience and relevance for EU policy
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Economic crisis -Impact and response measures
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Economic diplomacy: reintegration of the missing link in the foreign policy of Moldova
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Issue 2000/800: Recommendations for improving the centralized heat supply system of Chisinau (CHSSC)
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Financing small and medium-sized enterprises in the Republic of Moldova: challenges, trends and prospects
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Public policies in the field of privatization: approaches and perspectives
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Evaluation of Moldovas absorption capacity of external assistance
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Budgetary adjustments are imperative for economic transformation
View: româna   english   10.06.2011     // 555.464 Kb   
Case study on the improvement of the commercial relations within GUAM (valid for CEFTA also)
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The National Business Agenda 2010
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National Business Agenda 2009. Priorities for competitive and attractive business environment development in the Republic of Moldova
The mission of the National Business Agenda is to develop a common platform of priorities, solutions, and objectives of the business community of the Republic of Moldova. It identifies itself with the issues and transformation processes within the country in its transition towards a model of efficient governance based on the institutions and values of a functional market economy. Business associations, that decided to support this process, have developed this document in terms of the experience acquired in previous years, thus crystallizing their vision upon the priorities for the upcoming years regarding economic development and consolidation of market economy in the field of business regulation in the Republic of Moldova.
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The Strategy of Social and Economic Development of Gagauzia(Gagauz Yeri)- 2009 -“ 2015
This strategic plan was elaborated by large stakeholder groups, interested in the development of ATU Gagauzia, in partnership with the Open Society Institute (Budapest, Hungary), LGI (Budapest, Hungary), Soros Foundation-Moldova and IDIS Viitorul. The Open Society Institute, LGI, Soros Foundation-Moldova and IDIS Viitorul do not accept any liability for the accuracy or content of the strategy, expressing gratitude to the public authorities of Gagauzia.Editors: Igor Munteanu and Liubomir Chiriac
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National Business Agenda Moldova 2009
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Comparative study of foreign trade: summary
View: româna   english   17.10.2008   CHIVRIGA Viorel   // 191.595 Kb   
Policy Brief: Local Finances Decentralization
Approval of new laws on administrative decentralization and functioning oflocal public administration (July -“ December 2006) created numerouspositive expectations. This fact was appreciated in the monitoring Reportof the European Commission and by the Council of Europe experts.Decentralization can effectively resolve many topical issues accumulated atthe level of governance, i.e. the utilization of the public funds in Moldova.Unfortunately, in 2006, Moldovan authorities were not able to adopt astrategic concept on fiscal decentralization (a new law on local publicfinances, based on a totally new approach on inter-budgetary relationship)and the current trends confirm that, in 2007, there is also a real risk ofreform deadlock and usage of some speculative arguments to maintain theexistent system of financial dependency and clientelle. Under theseconditions, the process of decentralization launched in 2006 could be easilyjeopardized and postponed for another long-political cycle, while the realreforms - replaced by protracted ambiguities, budgetary inconsistency andsystemic instability of the local public governments in Moldova. This mayresult in disillusionment of those who wish to build on a genuine Europeanperspective for Moldovan citizens. It is therefore a right time to see whatare the real threats and issues that need to be tackled today in order topromote a free, viable and decentralized local government in Moldova.And herein are some answers to this urgent priority need for reform.
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THE GAS INDUSTRY IN Moldova: A BURDEN OF IGNORANCE OR NEGLECT? WHAT IS MORE? Public Policy Study made by associated experts of IDSI on the gas industry of the country.
The problem of supplying households and industry with natural gas became a sensitive issue on the entire European continent. Lack of agreement between Russia and Ukraine, the blockade of natural gas supply in the middle of the winter of 2005 and 2006, the struggle for taking control over the gas transit lines situated on the territory of Ukraine, which neighbors Moldova, shuttered the minds in the last years and generated some dubious reactions over the existing state of relations in the former soviet region, which have been established after the "more or least pleasant divorce" of its former republics and provoking tensions with the Central and Western European states. These are invariable tensions which appeared as a result of a deliberate Russian policy, which aims at regaining hegemonic control in this are by means of political and economic leverages. Kiev or Warsaw, similar to the countries (Baltic States, Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Armenia) which were directly affected from Russian geo-economic blackmail attempted to offset Russian actions which these countries consider inadequate. Moreover, undertaking the control over the national gas distribution and transit systems leaves these countries vulnerable to energetic security issues and represents a grave factor which is being used in various political and military manipulations of Kremlin.
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