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Competitiveness Infrastructure Assessment of Moldova’s Agri-Food Export


Quantifying the agri-food export competitiveness of the Republic of Moldova sets the task to determine those indices and aspects that actually form the sectoral image. Going beyond the familiar expressions of export performance, the paper highlights the competitiveness’ dynamics, logistical and tariff approach items. Making abstraction of other factors, we reach conclusions and recommendations on reflected nuances both in terms of micro-management , as well as government policies.


Report Description

Base Year 2012
Geographic Scope CEE
Market Metrics Included Competitiveness effect, Number of partner countries, Share on the global market, Logistics Performance Index, Import tariffs etc

About the Author

Cornel Coser is involved in academic research and teaching at State Agrarian University of Moldova. PhD candidate, holds Masters and Bachelor degree.
Since June 2011 – analyst in the shared resources center at Pedersen and Partners, international executive search company (approaches of FMCG, Pharma, Energy, IT industries). Involved in social and economic projects, as analyst and head of research (EU funded). Since September 2014 – Consultant Export Assistance at Centre for Rural Education and Development.
Puslished articles, surveys in national and international publications, also in economic magazine. Central topics – international economic relations, agri-food trade, competitiveness, export potential etc.
Opened mind, collaborative, diligent.


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