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Doing Business in Moldova
 

Feel free to use the U.S. Embassy as your first resource to explore opportunities of doing business in Moldova.  We provide in-country counseling, general market information and relevant contact information to help U.S. businesses navigate the Moldovan market.

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If you have questions, please contact us at chisinaucommerce@state.gov 

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    Mr. Iulian Bogasieru, Economic/Commercial Assistant

    U.S. Embassy Chisinau Moldova
    Str. Alexei Mateevici 103,
    Chisinau MD 2009, Moldova
    Main switchboard +373 (22) 40 83 00

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    A separatist regime controls a narrow strip of land in eastern Moldova along the Ukrainian border known as Transnistria ("Pridnestrovie").  Individuals considering doing business in Transnistria should exercise extreme caution.  Many Transnistrian firms are not legally registered with Moldovan authorities, which may complicate or prevent the import or export of goods.  An increasing number of Internet fraud schemes have also originated in Transnistria recently. 

    The Government of Moldova has indicated that it will not recognize the validity of contracts for the privatization of firms in Transnistria that are concluded without the approval of the appropriate Moldovan authorities.  In addition, the Embassy may not be able to offer consular or commercial services to Americans in Transnistria because of limited access.