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Republic of Moldova presentation

Process Management Project, Wroclaw, December 2012
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Olga Balan

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CHISINAU Population: Flag Coat of Arms 3,559,500 estimate 2012 3,938,679 census
2004 AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA BALAN OLGA PROCESS MANAGEMENT PROJECT WROCLAW 2012 27th of August 1991
Independence Declared Political System Parliamentary Republic PCRM PLDM PD PL First Independent President Political crisis April 2009- March 2012 3rd attempt
to elect the President
resulted with the
election of
NICOLAE TIMOFTI 2 rounds of Presidential elections failed Constitutional referendum failed 1998
RUSSIAN ECONOMIC CRISIS SHOKS FOR THE MOLDAVIAN ECONOMY 1992
CONFLICT WITH THE SEPARATIST PROVINCE OF TRANSNISTRIA
MOLDOVA LOST CONTROL OVER THE EASTERN BORDER ECONOMY IN PAST ECONOMY IN MOLDOVA vegetables
fruits grapes
grain
sugar beets
sunflower seed
tobacco
beef milk
wine sugar
vegetable oil
food processing
agricultural machinery
foundry equipment
refrigerators and freezers
washing machines
hosiery
shoes
textiles 1992
Moldova introduced a market economy, liberalizing prices

1993
The national currency, the Moldovan leu, was introduced to replace the Soviet ruble. ECONOMY IN MOLDOVA HUGE INFLATION Official language
ROMANIAN

Recognised regional languages
RUSSIAN
UKRAINIAN
GAGAUZ LANGUAGES By 1999 nearly 80% of the population lived below the poverty line.

Till 2007 the number reduced but due to the economic crisis it is starting to grow again

Unemployment hit more than 80% of families, it means that at least a family member was dismissed or obliged to take an undesired vacation. POVERTY MOLDOVA
IS CONSIDERED THE POOREST COUNTRY IN EUROPE The number of employees in agriculture has dropped much, about 23% of all employees, compared with about 28% in early 2008.
It means more than 88,000 people. WHY? The emigration of population to other countries Seeking job in urban areas Over half of million of Moldovans reside outside the country, working in jobs with meager pay and very little protection LATEST STATISTICS GDP $7.003 billion (2011 est.) GDP growth6.4% (2011) GDP per capita$1,968 (2011 est.) GDP by sector Industry
17.6% Agriculture
21.8% Services
60.6% LATEST STATISTICS INFLATION 7.6% (2011 est.) POPULATION BELOW THE POVERTY LINE 21.9% (2010) UNEMPLOYNMENT 6.2% (2011 est.) LATEST STATISTICS LABOUR FORCE 1.216 million (2011 est.) LABOUR FORCE BY OCCUPATION
agriculture 40.6%
industry 16%
services 43.3% IT IS ALL ABOUT THE MONEY AVERAGE GROSS SALARY
3350 MDL / 285$
monthly (2011) CURRENCY MOLDAVIAN LEU Exchange rates 1 EUR- 16.07 MDL 1 USD- 12.37 MDL IMPORTS EXPORTS $5.191 billion (2011 est.) mineral products and fuel
machinery and equipment
chemicals, textiles Ukraine 20.2%, Russia 19.7%, Romania 14.3%, Germany 7.9%, Italy 5%, Belarus 4.2% (2008) $2.221 billion (2011 est.) foodstuffs
textiles
machinery Russia 23.77%, Italy 14.11%, Romania 12.74%, Germany 6.92%, Turkey 6.08%,
Belarus 5.38% IMPORTS AND EXPORTS A NEW INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT IS BEING PLANNED A NEW TERMINAL FOR
THE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT "CHISINAU" THE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS The President of the European Commission, Mr José Manuel Barroso visited Moldova on 29-30 of November 2012. Euronews: “If Moldova goes on with the reforms and achievements it has demonstrated so far in the Eastern Partnership programme, your country may count on signing three important documents with the EU by the end of 2013,” Barroso said through an interpreter after meeting Moldovan Prime Minister Vlad Filat in Chisinau.“(There are agreements) on establishing an EU-Moldova free trade area, on Moldova’s association with the EU, on the second phase in the action plan on visa liberalisation.” TODAY'S NEWS 03.12.2012 Bronisław Komorowski

The President of Poland Nicolae
Timofti

The President of Moldova Official meeting
in Chisinau,
Republic of Moldova THANK YOU
FOR LISTENING THIS SHORT
PRESENTATION ABOUT
MY COUNTRY, MOLDOVA! December 2012
Wrocław, Poland Balan Olga
Master Student
in Communication and Advertising,
College of Management "Edukacjia"
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