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Moldavan Economy on the European pathway

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  • Iurie Gotisan


Starting with May 1st 2004, EU integrated ten more countries that had received the “graduation diploma” of the exam for joining Europe on general basis. For Poland, Lithuania, Lithonia, Estonia, Hungary, Czech Republic, Malta, Cyprus, Slovakia, and Slovenia the harvest of that “marriage” of political and economic interest between the East and West, designed over a decade ago, will come out shortly. In five years from now utmost, the new club of EU intends to become world’s most competitive power, being fully politically and economically integrated, able of opposing the pressure of other big actors on the international arena. Having this in mind, taking into consideration Republic of Moldova efforts in the European integration process, more economic analysts are tempted to question what will be the economic outcome for Republic of Moldova as a result of the new wave of EU enlargement..

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Length: 8 pages
Date of creation: 01 Nov 2004
Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpma:0411001
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