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Created in Moldova, Appreciated Worldwide – launch event in Chisinau
Moldovan businesses and business associations, civil society representatives, government officials and diplomats gathered in Chisinau on 8 November to mark four years of DCFTA implementation in the Republic of Moldova. The event marked the launch of the national campaign to increase public awareness of opportunities opened up for Moldovan products under the Free Trade Agreement with the EU, and...
Up to 75 companies will receive support in developing export capacities to the EU
The European Union is funding a package of support for 75 Moldovan companies, to help them understand more about how they can benefit from tariff-free imports from the Republic of Moldova, and gain greater access to the EU marketplace. The deadline for companies to apply is 14 December. The package will be delivered through a technical assistance project (Support to the Quality Infrastructure...
Economic Forum 2018
The Development Facility of the European Fund for Southeast Europe (EFSE) today joined forces with key sector players and other partners, including the Central Banks of Moldova, Armenia, and Georgia, to hold an Economic Forum in Chisinau. Top among the conference’s themes was the role of regulators and banks in supporting sustainable economic development and the advancement of local currency...
Giovanni Vaccari, Project Manager of the EU4Business-EBRD Credit Line in Moldova
The EU4Business-EBRD Credit Line in Moldova recently participated in a workshop on ‘Energy Efficiency Financing Tools’, organised by the Energy Efficiency Agency in Chisinau. The event was organised during Moldova Eco Energetics Days, which took place in Chisinau from 15-18 October, and was attended by national and international experts who presented the financing mechanisms available in the...
Irina Coroi-Jovmir, Deputy CEO of ProCreditBank Moldova, with Alain Pilloux, EBRD Vice President, Banking
Small businesses in Moldova will be able to upgrade their operations to European Union (EU) standards with a new €10 million loan provided by the EBRD to ProCreditBank Moldova, the country’s fifth-largest lender by loan portfolio. The funds are provided within the EU4Business-EBRD credit line, to which the EU provides grant funding under its EU4Business initiative. The funds will be available for...
At work in a textile factory in Moldova
The International Trade Centre has held the second of three seminars on increasing sales efficiency, aimed at Moldovan SMEs in the apparel sector, organised in the framework of the EU-funded project ‘Eastern Partnership: Ready to Trade – an EU4Business initiative’. The second seminar in the series was held on October 25-26 on the topic of ‘Retail stores in modern market conditions (rational...
The International Trade Centre has held the first of three seminars on increasing sales efficiency, aimed at Moldovan SMEs in the apparel sector, organised in the framework of the EU- funded project ‘Eastern Partnership: Ready to Trade – an EU4Business initiative’. The trainings have been developed following stakeholder consultations and a baseline assessment, and are organised with the Centre of...
Fruit Garden of Moldova is running an information campaign
The National Agency for Rural Development (ACSA) is organising an information campaign to raise awareness of opportunities available under the EU4Businees Fruit Garden of Moldova project, with seminars in 30 districts all over Moldova taking place between November and February. Fruit Garden of Moldova is part of the EU-funded DCFTA Initiative East, implemented by the European Investment Bank...
At work in a textile factory in Moldova
Two new business clusters have been launched in the southern and northern regions of the Republic of Moldova, with the support of the European Union. They concern creative industries in Cahul and textile companies in Soroca, and offer the opportunity to bring businesses together to develop joint projects. The creation of the two clusters was carried out by the Organisation for the Development of...
Many agricultural businesses have received support under PARE 1+1
A total of 1,246 Moldovan businesses have received funding under the EU-funded PARE 1+1 programme since 2010, with total grants of 242.4 million lei trigerring further investments worth 767.7 million lei, the Interlic news website has reported, quoting a government press release. The programme has helped open 538 new businesses - mostly in rural areas, and to create 3,200 jobs. Programme...