Ungated Post | 05 May 2020

Republic of Moldova: Bracing for domestic and external Covid-19 shocks

In a report commissioned by the UN, we highlight that Moldova’s economic structure – highly reliant on consumption and remittances – makes it particularly vulnerable to the effects of social distancing measures, both at home and abroad.

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