30.08.2022 Data revision policy, in accordance with the good European practices, approved by the NBS
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), in order to improve the transparency of the revision processes, to ensure good information and efficient communication with users, has developed and approved by Order No. 35 of 30 August 2022 the Data Revision Policy. The document presents a set of guidelines, general and specific principles governing the revisions of statistical information produced by the NBS.
12.07.2022 NBS newsletter, quarter II 2022
National Bureau of Statistics presents the Newsletter for the 2nd quarter of this year, which contains the most important news and events from the activity carried out by NBS during this period.
08.07.2022 The statistical pocket-book „Moldova in figures, edition 2022", posted on the website
The National Bureau of Statistics presents a new edition of the statistical pocketbook "Moldova in figures" (English version). This edition comes with a revised and improved format compared to previous editions, in order to facilitate the understanding of statistical data by the general public and to increase interest in them.
22.06.2022 The statistical pocket-book "Moldova in figures, edition 2022", posted on the website
The National Bureau of Statistics presents a new edition of the statistical pocketbook "Moldova in figures" (Romanian version). This edition comes with a revised and improved format compared to previous editions, in order to facilitate the understanding of statistical data by the general public and to increase interest in them.
06.06.2022 The user satisfaction survey on official statistics
The National Bureau of Statistics of the Republic of Moldova conducts an satisfaction among users of statistical data in the country, the results of which will be taken into account in the process of further development of national statistics.
05.04.2022 NBS newsletter, quarter I 2022
National Bureau of Statistics presents the Newsletter for the first quarter 2022, which contains the most important news and events from the activity carried out by NBS during this period.
31.12.2021 NBS newsletter, quarter IV 2021
National Bureau of Statistics presents the Newsletter for the quarter 4th 2021, which contains the most important news and events from the activity carried out by NBS during this period.
30.12.2021 Publication "Territorial statistics", edition 2021, posted on the web page
The compilation presents statistical data in the form of tables from various domains: territorial-administrative organization, environment, population, labour force, population incomes and expenditures, prices, dwellings, education, health protection, culture, tourism, crimes, Regional Gross Domestic Product, industry, agriculture, investments in long term assets, constructions, transport, information technologies, retail trade, entrepreneurship.
29.12.2021 NBS continues to gradually implement the methodology of the European system of integrated statistics on social protection (ESSPROS)
On 20 and 21 December, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) organized an online workshop with an EU expert to discuss the implementation of the methodology of the 'European System of integrated Social Protection Statistics' (ESSPROS) in the Republic of Moldova. During the workshop, NBS representatives presented the activities carried out during 2021, including the social protection schemes identified at national level, as well as the challenges encountered when compiling the data in accordance with the ESSPROS methodology. During the event, the steps to be taken by Moldova to complete the collection of relevant data and cover all social protection schemes were discussed, including the financial flows of expenses and incomes of employers and non-profit organizations.
29.12.2021 The statistical publication „National Accounts 2020 and Regional Accounts 2019", edition 2021, posted on the webpage
The publication includes the national non - financial accounts for 2020, prepared in accordance with the methodology of the United Nations System of National Accounts, version 2008. The collection is structured in 8 chapters that refers to the: macroeconomic indicators; consolidated accounts; accounts by institutional sectors; accounts by institutional sectors and economic activities; gross domestic product by type of ownership; the small and medium enterprise sector; integrated economic accounts; regional gross domestic product.
28.12.2021 NBS presented the draft of the new ICT questionnaire for the enterprises
The National Bureau of Statistics presented the draft of the new questionnaire on ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) in enterprises, in line with the requirements of Eurostat - the EU's statistical body. During this activity, NBS was assisted by an international expert, Virginia Balea, working at the Romanian National Institute of Statistics.
24.12.2021 „Statistical Yearbook of the Republic of Moldova", edition 2021 posted on the website
The yearbook contains the most recent statistical data available in various fields, for economic and social characterization of the country in 2020, as well as the evolution in recent years of the main indicators. The data on some indicators are revised compared to those previously published, and for 2020 some indicators are preliminary and in further editions can be revised. The relative indicators reported to the number of population were revised based on the usual resident population.
22.12.2021 Statistical yearbook "Chisinau in figures" edition 2021 posted on the webpage
The Statistical yearbook "Chisinau in figures" is the most complete publication, which comprises statistical data regarding the demographic, social and economic situation of the municipality. The yearbook is structured in 16 chapters, containing information from various fields: general data, population, labour force, population incomes and expenditures, education, culture and sport, health protection and social protection, dwellings and public utilities, environment, justice.
10.12.2021 NBS will use a revised questionnaire for the 2021 annual structural survey
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has completed the revision of the questionnaire for the annual structural survey, according to the latest European requirements on Structural Business Statistics (SBS). Peter Bøegh Nielsen, from the National Institute of Statistics of Denmark, has assisted the NBS in updating the questionnaire, which will be applied in the reporting year 2021.