The Implications of the Republic of Moldova in the Processes of Regional Economic Cooperation and Integration
from Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova, Centre for Studies in European Integration
The regional economic cooperation and integration of the Republic of Moldova is an important vector in its economic development. There are three main regions to which the country tends and collaborates, namely: Central Europe, South East Europe, the wider Black Sea region. Obviously, through the processes of regional economic cooperation and integration, certain goals and objectives to be discussed are pursued. The influence of the identified processes can be demonstrated by analyzing the country's investment climate. The analysis of direct investments in the national economy of the Republic of Moldova will help to identify the weaknesses of the country's economy.
Keywords: regional economic cooperation and integration; Central Europe; Southeast Europe; Wider Black Sea Region; Direct Investments; National Economy. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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