Premier says people to easier do business in Moldova, if we get involved together
15:56 | 15.12.2018 Category: Official
Chisinau, 15 December /MOLDPRES/ - Prime Minister Pavel Filip has urged women from Moldova to actively participate in the development of the business environment from the country and to benefit from attractive conditions created in the last years to initiate successful businesses. The PM today conveyed the encouraging message at the National Forum of Women from Moldova, titled Woman and Migration. The fourth issue of the event brought together more than 400 women participants, who contribute, through their activity, to the development of diverse fields and get involved in the promotion of entrepreneurship among women, the government’s communication and protocol department has reported.
”You have proved courage and came to this business dimension, which is not a simple one – only the one who started a business knows how much risk this sector bears. We are open to implement your suggestions and proposals. In Moldova, doing business will become easier and easier, if we get involved together,” Pavel Filip said.
In the context, the prime minister said that, ever since the taking over of the mandate, the government’s work had been aimed at improving the business climate, attracting foreign investments into the economy, as well as of investors to Moldova. Thus, the business environment became more attractive with the enforcement of the moratorium on controls, cutting the number of permissive acts, creation of the Single Window. As a result of these reforms, the business has saved money, the exports and economic indexes have grown and the state budget revenues have increased by more than 12 billion lei in the last three years. “We have spoken a lot, we said many things; yet, in my opinion, only the figures can speak for themselves and do not lie,” the PM said.
According to the prime minister, after the stabilization of the economic situation, it is important that the money be invested efficiently in the social fields and reforms expected by the people. “We have a vision for education under elaboration, we have programmes to develop roads’ infrastructure and these programmes are to get ever bigger revolutions. We talk about kindergartens, schools and, certainly, the reformation of the health care system,” the prime minister noted. All these things will allow improving the citizens’ living standards and ceasing the migration phenomenon.
Another action to stop young people’s leaving abroad is the launch of the First Home programme and its extension with additional benefits for the public sector employees, as well as the families with many children. “The migration phenomenon is decreasing and we will further make efforts to cease this phenomenon. So, these programmes will be more and more – we must become attractive for those who want to return home,” Pavel Filip added.
At the event, the prime minister discussed with entrepreneurs the conditions for carrying out the economic activity in Moldova. Business women thanked the PM for the actions undertaken by the authorities to create an attractive business environment, as well as for the programmes they benefit from, among which the START programme for young people and PARE 1+1. In the end, the prime minister awarded diplomas on behalf of the government to women entrepreneurs who proved innovative spirit, performance in business and active involvement in the development of the entrepreneurship.