AGRARIAN RESTRUCTURING - ACHIEVEMENTS AND PERSPECTIVES PUBLISHED

Natalia Mocanu, Victoria Mazăre
Property reform means the tonality of economic, politic, social and other kinds of measures meant, on the one hand, to ensure the diversity of property forms and to improve their structure, and on the other hand, to from premises of the efficient exercise of property rights on the economic potential elements, the corporate governmental mechanisms being included. In Republic of Moldova, according to the Law nr. 459-XII from 22.01.91 concerning property, there are three types of property: private, collective, including “kolkhoz” and state property.
reform; investments; financial mechanism
Presentation: oral

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