Dorin Recean: We aim to be most business-friendly state in EU by 2030

“We are debureaucratizing, digitizing, modernizing, but especially integrating into the European Union at an unprecedented speed. We aim to be the most business-friendly state in the EU by 2030,” Prime Minister Dorin Recean said at the tenth edition of the Central and Eastern Europe Investment Conference. The official invited investors to explore Moldova’s economic potential and cross the Prut River with new projects, IPN reports.

Premier Recean said that given the regional context, Moldova is going through a difficult period, but the problems must be transformed into opportunities. “My belief is that, most of the time, risks should not be avoided, but managed. After Ukraine, Moldova was the country that was most affected by Russia’s aggression, but we managed to cushion the economic shock and return to plus,'” noted the official.

The Premier spoke about the steps taken by the authorities to ensure economic development. “This year’s success of Moldova IT Park will include other international business services. We are making progress with the development of the capital market, but also with its integration with the Bucharest Stock Exchange,” said Dorin Recean.

This year, the international conference focused on the evolution of capital markets in the last decade and future prospects. The participants in the debates analyzed the pace and direction of growth and development of Central and Eastern European countries.

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