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Head of Moldovan Ministry of Finance: the country’s economic growth in 2023 will be 2%

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“The situation is not easy, potential economic growth in 2023 will be 2%, and with inflation at 14%, social protection seems insufficient at the moment,” she RIA News quoted her as saying.

Sirenceanu-Vragaleva said that the state budget deficit in 2023 will be 14 billion lei (about $760 million).

Earlier, the deputy prime minister and head of the Moldovan Ministry of Agriculture Vladimir Bolya said on the air of Chisinau’s Jurnal TV channel that the country’s exit from the CIS will result in another economic crisis, first of all in the agrarian sector.

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