International Trade in Moldova

International Trade in Moldova

From 1993, successive government administrations have attempted to bring reforms to Moldova's economy, with a certain amount of success. With the help of the funds from the IMF, the World Bank, as well as the EBRD, Moldova has been able to finance its reforms, specially in the banking and... Read more

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Overview About International Trade in Moldova

Main Industry Sectors

The agricultural sector represents approximately 11% of the GDP and employs 32.8% of the active population. Moldova main products are fruits and vegetables, tobacco and wine.

The secondary sector represents 14.5% of the GDP and employs almost 18.7% of the population. The national industry has to face a double challenge: the loss of its heavy industry since the self-proclaimed independence of Transnistria (a pro-Russian region), and its economic dependent position resulting from a lack of energy resources in its territory.

The GDP structure is progressively turning towards services, to the detriment of heavy industry and agriculture. The services sector represents 74.5% of the GDP and employs 48.4% of the active population. It is sustained by insurances, legal consultancy and telecommunications.

 

Economic Overview

From 1993, successive government administrations have attempted to bring reforms to Moldova's economy, with a certain amount of success. With the help of the funds from the IMF, the World Bank, as well as the EBRD, Moldova has been able to finance its reforms, specially in the banking and finance sectors. The economic growth of Moldava has been for a long

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