Moldova’s agriculture sector has a promising future, but to become more competitive and achieve its full potential, the country needs systematic support.
Since the ratification of two trade agreements in 2014, Moldova has been making steps to better position its brands and take greater advantage of its duty-free access to some of the world’s most prosperous markets.
Key industries in Moldova, including textiles, information and technology, and wine, have grown more competitive, allowing Moldovan enterprises to better position themselves in markets at home and abroad.
A targeted effort to strengthen local governments in Moldova has increased public trust in them and improved how they deliver services.
The Moldova Future Technologies Activity (FTA) funded by USAID and Sweden builds upon 15 years of work in economic competitiveness by connecting local innovative sectors to global markets.
With assistance, Moldova has made significant reforms that support businesses and enhance the country’s economy.
In Moldova, agricultural producers are diversifying their markets, while brokering new relationships and harnessing innovative technologies. Cynthia Steen discusses challenges and successes in this venture.
As they are introduced to educational robotics in the classroom, youth in Moldova are inspired to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and math.
Working together, local Moldovan companies compete with the biggest names in fashion and see high returns on their investments.