Prime Minister Pavel Filip today participated in the official opening of the Moldova Business Week 2016.
The event’s organizers were committed to bring together within three days representatives of foreign and local companies, commercial banks, business associations, international development partners, as well as state institutions, in order to discuss and identify solutions to improve the business climate in Moldova.
The most important economic event of the year is carried out under the aegis of the premier. He said “Moldova Business Week was an event he personally cared a lot, and he insisted to include it in the government agenda for this year as a priority action. “This event is of great importance for us. We put Moldova on the map of international investors, we show we want serious affairs, transparent investments. It is the week we talk about advantages and achievements of our economy, and we will be ready to respond to drawbacks and failures at level of policies and implementation. It is a week we will make more communities and spheres to get closer: public with private, foreigners with natives, projects and resources, opportunities and risks, expectations and experience,” he said.
The premier approached the government’s actions taken so far, as well as the plans he has in future, in order to ensure attractive business environment, which would generate additional incomes in the state budget, aimed at meeting the main goal of governance – improve people’s welfare.
Filip noted that the reforms must start from quality of public policies influencing the business environment and quality of managing the policies. “I will take every effort in order to accredit the idea to all public authorities – economic agent is the primary source of people’s welfare. Therefore, the economic agent should be treated with utmost care,” he said.
The premier reviewed the main actions and decisions of government, which had been already taken and were to be continued to create favorable conditions for business development in Moldova. In this context, the premier mentioned the activity of the economic council, improvement of legal framework in this field, optimizing inspection bodies and permissive documents for business activity in Moldova.
The premier voiced confidence that the event would offer state institutions the possibility to show vision on business development, and representatives of business environment to improve the knowledge about economic and investment opportunities in Moldova, as well as to carry out exchange of opinions on improving the business environment in the county.
The 3rd issue of the economic forum “Moldova Business Week” is held on 4-7 October 2016, representing a set of events organized in Chisinau, as well as in other settlements, with the participation of over 300 representatives of business environment from Moldova and over ten states of the world.