The National Bureau of Statistics of the Republic of Moldova (NBS; Romanian : Biroul Național de Statistică, abbr. BNS) is the central administrative authority which, as the central statistical body, manages and coordinates the activity in the field of statistics from the country.
Romanian is an Eastern Romance language spoken by approximately 24–26 million people as a native language, primarily in Romania and Moldova, and by another 4 million people as a second language. It is an official and national language of Romania and Moldova. In addition, it is also one of the official languages of the European Union.
In its activity, NBS acts according to the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova, the Law on official statistics, other legislative acts, Parliament decisions, decrees of the President of the Republic of Moldova, ordinances, decisions and Government orders, international treaties of which the Republic of Moldova is part of.
The Constitution of the Republic of Moldova is that country's supreme law.
The NBS elaborates independently or in collaboration with other central administrative bodies and approves the methodologies of statistical and calculation surveys of statistical indicators, in accordance with international standards, especially those of the European Union, and with the advanced practice of other countries, as well as taking into account the peculiarities of the socio-economic conditions of the Republic of Moldova, organizes, following the programme of statistical works, annually approved by the Government, statistical surveys regarding the situation and economic, social, demographic development of the country, performing the works related to the collection, processing, centralizing, storage and dissemination of statistical data.
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According to data from the State Register on November 2016, there are 1583 state and municipal enterprises in the Republic of Moldova, which represents one percent of the total number of legal entities and individual enterprises in the country. Heads of state-owned enterprises received generous salaries last year, while the profitability of enterprises was not at the highest level. For example, the former deputy in the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova from the Liberal Democratic Party, Simion Grisciuc, became the director of S.A. Tobacco-CTC in May 2015. According to the wealth statement, he earned a salary of 150,972 lei per month exercising the position of director, while the average salary in Republic of Moldova is 5600 lei. All state and municipal enterprises will be reorganized or liquidated within two years. The Parliament voted a draft law on state enterprise and municipal enterprise. The founder of state-owned enterprises will be only the Public Property Agency and there will be only joint-stock companies.
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