FOREIGN INVESTMENT - A WAY OF ECONOMIC RECOVERY OF THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA
The purpose in this article we aim to conduct an analysis of the economic recovery of the Republic of Moldova through foreign investment, addressing issues such as the impact of foreign investment on the process of modernization of the economy in transition, and the development of recommendations on improving the investment climate and efficient use of investments to accelerate the pace of modernization of our country's economy, to demonstrate that foreign investment has a decisive influence on the modernization of a transition economy, primarily the economy of the Republic of Moldova. Methodology of research. involves methods specific to studies and research scientific both theoretically and practically specific to the field. As methods of research were used: the method of theoretical analysis and generalization, quantitative, qualitative analysis and synthesis. Findings. It is important that the results that take the form of real investments in the Republic of Moldova be sustainable, and that the investment flows in the country increase. Markets that require investment are constantly changing due to changes in the political and economic structure of the world, affecting international capital flows. But it is vital that the international flow of capital in the Republic of Moldova continues and accelerates. Practical value. In any economic, socio-cultural field, investments are associated with the idea of development. Thus, investments represent the material support of the economic and social development of the country. But economic growth does not depend only on the volume of investment. It is also the result of the way in which the available funds are distributed on concrete objects, of the way in which these funds are staggered in time, of the way in which they are managed. In this context, investment is the decisive element of economic growth, the promotion of intensive, qualitative and efficient factors.
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