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Competition Council of the Republic of Moldova hosts a major event under the aegis of OECD: "Competition and regulated areas"

           
15.04.2024   385 Views    

Between 15 - 17 April 2024, the Competition Council of the Republic of Moldova will host a major international event entitled "Competition and regulated areas", organized under the aegis of the OECD Regional Competition Centre in Budapest (RCC OECD-GVH).


The event is organized in the context of bilateral cooperation between the Competition Council of the Republic of Moldova and the RCC OECD-GVH.


The Republic of Moldova was selected for the first time as host and co-organizer of the regional international seminar, organized under the aegis of the OECD-GVH RCC. This year's edition will bring together representatives of international organizations: OECD, EBRD, RBB Economics, experts and representatives of competition authorities from the beneficiary countries of the seminars organized by RCC-OECD GVH such as: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Croatia, Finland, France, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Montenegro, Serbia, Spain, Ukraine, Hungary, Uzbekistan.


The agenda of the Workshop includes interventions of international experts in the field such as María Pilar Canedo, GVH -OECD RCC, Vitaly Pruzhansky, Partner at RBB Economics, Daniel Quadbeck, OECD, Head of Unit, Eastern Europe and South Caucasus, Kim Talus, University of Eastern Finland Law School, Professor of European Economic and Energy Law și Julia Anderson, EBRD.


At the same time, the experience of the Republic of Moldova in the field will be disseminated in their interventions by Alexei Ghertescu, the President of the Competition Council, Constantin Borosan, State Secretary of the Ministry of Energy and Vladimir Vozian, Regulatory and Analysis Directorate, National Regulatory Agency for Electronic Communications and Information Technology of the Republic of Moldova (NRAECIT).


The selection of the Republic of Moldova for such an event emphasizes the importance that the international community attaches to our state and will contribute to the increase of the country's international visibility, as well as to the strengthening of diplomatic relations and economic relations with other states and international organizations.

 

 

 

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