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  • Sergiu Cioclea, Governor of the National Bank of Moldova

    1st Monday of the month: 14.00-17.00;
    Appointment: +373 22 822 606;

  • Ion Sturzu, Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Moldova

    4th Monday of the month: 14.00-17.00;
    Appointment: +373 22 822 607.

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During the reporting year, the economy of the Republic of Moldova recorded a decline of 0.5 percent, the annual dynamics was by 5.1 percentage points lower than in 2014.

Quantifying the macroeconomic situation, inflation outlook in the short and medium term, with possible uncertainties and challenges during the reference period, the National Bank of Moldova has promoted during 2014 an incentive monetary policy under a reduced aggregate demand.

In 2013, the National Bank of Moldova has created the conditions necessary to keep the inflation rate within the range of ± 1.5 percentage points from the 5.0 percent, the target set for the medium term according to its Monetary policy strategy.

The Moldovan economy recorded a contraction of 0.8 percent in 2012 compared to 2011. In 2012, the National Bank of Moldova created the conditions necessary to keep the inflation rate within the range of 5.0 percent ± 1.5 percentage points, a goal set for 2012 according to the National Bank's monetary policy strategy for 2010-2012.
 

The Moldovan economy recorded a 6.4 percent growth during 2011 as compared to the previous year. At the end of 2011, the annual inflation rate constituted 7.8 percent, while the annual core inflation recorded a value of 6.1 percent in December 2011.

The economic achievements recorded in 2010 indicate that the Republic of Moldova has gradually recovered and overcame the consequences of the global financial crisis. Moldova's economy in 2010 recorded an increase of 6.9 percent compared to the previous year, as a result of improving the situation in all sectors of the economy.

After two years of economic and financial crisis, the severe decline of the global activity started to recover gradually on the major emerging markets and in some advanced countries. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the Republic of Moldova, estimated for 2009, declined in real terms by 6.5 percent compared to the previous year.
 

In 2008 the growth rate of the world economy was estimated at a real level of 3.4%.

In 2007 the world economy showed an ascendant evolution and recorded a 4.9%-increase.

The world economy continued its expansion for the third consecutive year at a growth pace that exceeded significantly the trend.

The world economy continued to expand over 2005 mainly due to the economic activity displayed by the United States of America and Asia.

The world economy in 2004 denoted further recovery trends: the growth rate of global economy increased for the third consecutive year and accounted for an estimate of 5.0%, reaching the highest level in the last three decades.

The faster pace of the world economy upturn in 2003 as compared to the previous year was largely due to economic outcomes in North America, Asia and, to a smaller extent in Europe.

Initial estimates envisioned a solid revival of the world economy in 2002 following the tangible slowdown of the growth rate in the previous year.

In 2001 the world economy recorded only moderate growth.

In 2000 the world economy recorded the highest growth for the last 10 years.

The foreign sector of national economy continued to decline. This reduction was largely determined also by the impact of 1998 regional crisis.