• Diana Enachi

    "I have recently participated in Open Contracting Community Call: COVID19 & Emergency Response procurement, where 150 procurement practitioners from countries around the world talked about promising approaches they’re seeing for keeping procurement fast, transparent and impactful. I think there are a lot of good practices and experiences that our policy makers should learn from. The authorities from the Republic of Moldova have to make sure that transparency is also included in emergency procurement and data must be available for citizens as soon as possible to avoid losing key information and be able to hold suppliers accountable. Below you can see a summary of our discussions drafted by the colleagues from Open Contracting Partnership. .." learn more>
  • Diana Enachi

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  • Ana-Maria Veverița

    "Improving the transparency and financial stability of Moldovan state-owned enterprises by transferring know-how from similarly implemented projects in Slovakia is the main objective pursued by IDIS "Viitorul" and the Institute for Economic and Social Reforms in Slovakia (INEKO) in their new joint project. The project, entitled "Promoting transparency and financial sustainability of regional policies, state – owned enterprises and local authorities in Moldova", is implemented from September 2017 to March 2019 and is financially supported by the Official Development Assistance Program of the Slovak Republic (SlovakAid). .." learn more>
  • Ion Butmalai

    "To create the financial sustainability index of state-owned companies, 50 companies with the following features were selected: the assets under management more than 1 million MDL, equity more than 1 million MDL. The companies that have a strategic significance for the national infrastructure have been included in the sample by default. The financial sustainability index consists of 10 indicators, which assess the financial performance, the capacity to face the financial obligations in short and long-term, the liquidity and leverage ratios. .." learn more>
  • Ion Butmalai

    "Once the Republic of Moldova declared its independence, it started the process of economy liberalization and privatization of public property. Currently, according to the information provided by the Registration Chamber, in Moldova are registered 1 572 municipal and state companies, and 4 483 joint stock companies, from which almost 5% have the state as a shareholder. The effect of these companies on the national economy in terms of employed people, according to the data provided by the National Bureau of Statistics, is almost 8.4% of the whole amount of employed people in the country. At the same time, the Government employs approximately 21.9% of the total number of employed people in Moldova.  .." learn more>
  • Veaceslav Ioniță

    "Lending to the economy has been declining steadily for almost three years. In the second quarter of this year, the volume of credits granted amounted to ROL 34.2 billion compared to ROL 47.2 billion in 2004 Q3, a reduction of 13 billion lei. .." learn more>
  • Veaceslav Ioniță

    "The subject that is being discussed in various countries about money circulation is: what is it preferable to have coins or banknotes? .." learn more>

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