AmCham Moldova provides recommendations on cross-border trade in the context of DCFTA implementation

  • 21.07.2020

Within a meeting conducted by the Economic Council to the Prime minister aimed at identifying the priorities of implementing DCFTA as a tool for business recovery from COVID-19 impact, Adrian Gheorghita raised a series of tariff and non-tariff barriers to cross-border trade with the EU, such as:

- Export of foodstuff of animal origin to the EU;

- Deficiencies on performing risk-based inspections on foodstuff at ANSA cross-border inspection posts;

 -Implementation of the extended producer responsibility in the field of waste management;

- Initiation of negotiations on the digitization of certificates of origin EUR.1;

- Elimination of some customs duties.

Should you need further information, please contact Adrian Gheorghita, Deputy Director for Advocacy and Business Development at

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