Moldova’s president asks Constitutional Court’s permission to dissolve parliament

Iulian Ernst in Bucharest May 23, 2019

Snap elections have become the baseline scenario in Moldova as none of the three major forces in the parliament managed to form a government after the February general election.

Southeast Europe's first P2P lending platform launched in Moldova

bne IntelliNews May 21, 2019

Fagura Marketplace is a credit market based on P2P lending technology, where people looking for loans at a lower percentage than the financial market meet with investors.

Moldova’s president to dissolve parliament unless deadlock settled by mid-June

Iulian Ernst in Bucharest May 16, 2019

Since the February general election, none of the three main forces in the new parliament have been able to find sufficient common ground to form a majority.

VOX: Moldova's banking sector turns the corner

Ben Aris in Budapest May 15, 2019

Following the shock of the $1bn stolen from the banking sector in 2014 the government has got its act together and is transforming the business, with some help from the EBRD.

Golden keys to the EU’s back door

Clare Nuttall in Glasgow May 9, 2019

While EU members are taking steps to end or phase out investment for citizenship programmes, the opposite is happening in some potential future members.

Ukraine lifts trade restrictions for Moldovan steel company in Transnistria

Iulian Ernst in Bucharest May 7, 2019

Sanctions on steel plant in rebel republic reportedly lifted after appeal from Moldovan PM Pavel Filip.