Romanian companies invited to attend privatization programme of Republic of Moldova
Romanian companies are invited to attend the privatization programme prepared by the Economy Ministry of the Republic of Moldova for the second half of the current year, Moldovan Economy Minister Octavian Calmic stated, Agerpres news reads.
According to a release of the Economy Ministry of Romania, Romanian counterpart Alexandru Petrescu and Octavian Calmic discussed, within a meeting, about the stage and importance of strengthening the bilateral relation on an economic and commercial plan for the business environments of the two states.
Minister Alexandru Petrescu reconfirmed Romania's support for the European route of the Republic of Moldova, assessing also the level reached by the economic bilateral relations and the concrete demarches for carrying out joint projects.
Deputy Prime Minister Octavian Calmic presented important economic and financial projects which the Republic of Moldova wants to promote as a priority in its relation with Romania.
On this occasion, Romanian companies were invited to invest and participate in the privatization programme prepared by the Economy Ministry of the Republic of Moldova for the second half of the current year.
"Romania is the first trade partner of the Republic of Moldova. At the end of 2016, the bilateral trade recorded a volume of 1.38 billion dollars. A slight growth by 2.35 per cent can be noted, on the background of increasing Romanian exports by 1.49 per cent (0.8 billion dollars) and imports by 3.68 per cent (0.5 billion dollars)," the quoted source mentions.