Ion CERTAN, PhD, USM
After the approval of Declaration of Independence (August 27, 1991), Republic of Moldova lives in the hope to strengthen its place among the democratic nations of the world and create a new socio-economic system. The formation of the new economic system passes through a difficult stage of the country’s joint efforts with those of the international community.
The article is meditated on the development of national economy, the spatial orientation of trade relations, and the vector integration of the national economy. The authors come up with some proposals that would accelerate and streamline of the process of implementation of the Association Agreement and the subsequent integration of the national economy in the European Union.