Moldova’s President Maia Sandu wants to resume the judicial reforms she started in 2019, beginning with exactly what led to her dismissal as prime minister: the appointment of new head prosecutors.
Industrial production dropped by 7.8% m/m in May in the deepest monthly decline since the initial lockdown last March.
President Maia Sandu's reformist PAS to form new government after landslide election victory.
There are signs that Moldova’s economy, as small and relatively closed as it is, will not remain untouched by the inflationary wave.
Sandu talks of "end of a hard era" in Moldova as preliminary results show her pro-EU, reformist PAS to secure a majority in parliament.
Bulgaria and Moldova will hold general elections on Sunday that follow public debates over the number of polling stations for diaspora voters – an issue that has repeatedly surfaced in elections in the region.
The country's chronic current deficit returned to a higher level after it temporarily improved during the pandemic.
EBRD says recovery from the coronacrisis is progressing faster than expected, but many emerging Europe economies won’t return to 2019 levels of GDP until 2022.
Former president Igor Dodon denies receiving funds from Moscow, after leaked documents obtained by German Bild indicate financial support channelled to 'friendly' candidates.
The economies of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) are bouncing back from the pandemic recession but this will also stimulate inflation, posing a dilemma for central banks.
The full industrial recovery was partly due to the outstanding advance of the utilities sector.
In volume terms, exports shrank by 12.3% y/y while imports increased by 7.1% y/y in Q1 2021.
The headline inflation is already above the refinancing rate, maintained by the central bank a couple of days earlier at 2.65%.
The price faced by Russia for aggression must be too high for the Kremlin to countenance, and this is the message that Biden should deliver to Putin – and act upon.
Decision reveals the BNM’s concern with economic growth rather than inflation.
The pandemic has reduced the number of jobs in Moldova but the average wage has increased.
Lending to households has gained momentum following reforms in the banking sector, while corporate lending lags behind.
Transfers from abroad to Moldovan households soared to $1.63bn in the 12 months ending April 2021.
Development bank steps in after messy dispute between two former owners of the Giurgiulesti port operator.
Russian gas giant launches 16th lawsuit over gas sent to Transnistria — effectively a Russian subsidy for the separatist region.