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Moldova- Present situation analysis of the transport sector (Inglês)

This analysis of the present situation of the transport sector in Moldova was commissioned as part of a study for the presentation of a Transportation Strategy to the government of Moldova. The report recommends that importance be given to transport development. Through the development of the transport system, more general goals for economic development could be targeted. Amongst the goals of this project as stated by the paper would be: First, a reliable transport system could contribute to economic development and competitiveness, especially regarding foreign trade which is of strategic importance in a country with limited internal resources and limited territory. Second, a satisfactory density of transport networks (secondary roads, public transport services) could contribute to the integration of rural areas and small towns with the overall national economic growth, thus enhancing the attractiveness of the whole Moldovan territory. Third, a policy for infrastructure development and public works at once creates business and employment for the construction industry while contributing to the appearance of entrepreneurs in the sector. Finally, the development of transport services provides activity for both public and private transport companies, similarly contributing to the development of entrepreneurial opportunities in the sector.


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    Moldova- Present situation analysis of the transport sector

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