Moldova ranks 2nd in Europe and Central Asia in terms of inter-regional inequality, - the World Bank.
Such data are contained in a new World Bank report "Towards a new social contract," which examines employment, taxation and social security in Europe and Central Asia. The report notes an increase in inequality between the regions of Moldova, as well as a gap in the well-being of rural and urban residents. Companies in the north and south of Moldova have to wait much longer to connect to electricity or water. In Moldova, 95% of the urban population has access to water, while in villages - only 54% have running water, but only 39% use these services. The study touches on the fundamental ...