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Moldova’s rural communities depend heavily on low-volume roads to connect to markets, services, and jobs.

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COVID-19 and a severe drought, are expected to push Moldova into a deep recession in 2020.

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The World Bank is deeply concerned about the adoption by the Parliament of Moldova of a series of laws that would reverse the ...

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Moldova in Figures


In 2016 Moldova registered robust growth, recovery was supported by favorable conditions in agriculture and robust private consumption. Higher wages, lower inflation and higher employment resulted in a decline in poverty rate. Supported by consumption and accommodative fiscal policy, growth is projected to maintain its momentum in the mediumterm. While Moldova is slowly rebuilding its macroeconomic buffers, major policy challenges related to governance— particularly in the financial sector—and efficiency of public spending remain. Read more

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