PM of Moldova discusses investment climate with Romanian ambassador and experts

On Wednesday, March 29th, the Prime Minister of Moldova, Dorin Recean, met with representatives from the Romanian Investors Association and the Romanian Ambassador to Moldova, Cristian-Leon Țurcanu, to discuss the country’s investment climate. The meeting focused on creating conditions to attract investors, establishing a mixed guarantee fund, and relocating successful businesses from Romania to Moldova.

During the meeting, the Prime Minister outlined the actions that will be taken to facilitate the entry of foreign businesses into Moldova’s market and the need to intensify commercial and economic relations between the two countries.

“I appreciate the interest of Romanian businesses in investing in Moldova. We have many opportunities that need to be seized, including offering development platforms that provide all necessary conditions, such as Free Economic Zones and IT Parks. Furthermore, we have decided to expand the range of services that will be part of the IT Parks. We are trying to minimize bureaucratic procedures and make a significant leap in the process of digitizing procedures,” said Prime Minister Dorin Recean.

The Executive President of the Romanian Investors Association, Dan Nuțiu, stated that, in addition to the companies already present in Moldova, several successful companies from Romania have expressed their willingness to invest and create new jobs.


“We have ambitious plans for developing businesses and increasing the number of Romanian investors who choose Moldova as their destination. For example, we intend to create a joint guarantee fund, develop the regional economy, establish an agricultural product exchange, and offer internship programs for students here,” added Dan Nuțiu.

The Romanian Investors Association in Moldova comprises 31 members and holds 54% of all Romanian investments made in Moldova.

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