The impact of the bank credits on the sustainable development of the real sector in the Republic of Moldova
The reformation and consolidation of the credit system is one of the factors that can stimulate national economic growth. In this context, the presentation is emphasizing the problems and proposals referring to the consolidation and sustainable development of the real sector through the bank credits. As well, it remarks the possibilities of decentralization of the national credit system, through the diversification of the types of credit institutions and financial products, both in urban and rural areas that could cover the financial necessities of all branches and spheres of the national economy.
Volume (Year): 12 (2009)
Issue (Month): 1 Special (July)
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