BRITE Project focused on construction sector in Moldova
The US Agency for International Development (USAID) has initiated the assessment of the business climate, juridical and institutional reform (BizCLIR) in Moldova. To this end, the development of the construction sector is one of the five technical fields subjected to the research.
According to the Regional Development and Construction Ministry's press service, the ministry's officials held a meeting with specialists of the BRITE Project to approach the details of the USAID's project on trade, investments and regulation of the entrepreneur's activity (BRITE Project).
A specialist in the regulatory reform, Olin McGill, asked for details on the legislation which sees the construction sector in Moldova, the ministry's initiatives on the matter and the main gaps in the construction sector.
Deputy Regional Development and Construction Minister Anatolie Zolotcov and the ministry's specialists presented the draft laws elaborated by the MDRC on redressing the situation in the construction sector, and pointed out the main gaps in the legislation, as well as referred to a new draft code of urbanism and construction worked out by the MDRC.
At the end of the meeting, the officials highlighted the need of foreign assistance related to the legislative initiatives under elaboration and the importance of adopting the European standards in construction.
Adopted from Moldpres