August 2005
Background Notes on Countries of the World: Republic of Moldova;Aug2005, p5
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Focuses on the economic conditions and development in Moldova. Dependence of the agriculture for foreign revenue and Russian economy for energy and raw materials; Impact of the collapse of the Soviet Union and the devaluation of the Russian ruble on the country's economy; Efforts of the country to make progress towards developing a viable free-market economy; Economic policies and programs initiated by the government to spur economic development.


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