In 2016, according to the internal evaluation, Moldova has fulfilled the matrix for budget support provided by the EU to our country with at least 85 percent in the context of DCFTA implementation.
During the meeting of the Supervisory Committee of the Program “Sector Reform Contract (SRC) for the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA)”, led by Deputy Economics Minister Vitalie Iurcu, were presented the internal monitoring and evaluation results for 2016, including a list of suggested actions to ensure the sustainability of initiatives launched under this Program. According to the monitoring results substantial progress has been obtained in each component of the matrix, overall achievement rate reaching 85 percent.
The Committee agreed that the most important achievements are the adoption of EU standards in the field of quality infrastructure, the implementation of the program PARE 1 + 1, the development and adoption of various control procedures based on risk management in market surveillance and the full implementation of the component "Improve key competitiveness aspects in the field of implementing the public awareness program in the context of DCFTA”.
The members of the Committee of Programme Coordination agreed that with the completion of “Sector Reform Contract for the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA)” should be continued the initiatives and actions that had a positive effect on the business environment, but also on cooperation between the stakeholders and government bodies - finishing the construction of business incubators in Calarasi and Cahul, examination of potential locations for future incubators, the implementation of the Strategy for Investment and Export Promotion, etc.