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Support for entrepreneurship at the initial stage – such is the main destination of the business incubator that was officially opened in the Singerei Raion [district] on Thursday. The event was attended by Moldovan Prime Minister Iurie Leanca and Ambassador Dirk Schuebel, Head of the European Union Delegation to the Republic of Moldova.

Iurie Leanca voiced satisfaction about the incubator emergence, which he believes will provide much-wanted jobs for local residents.   
“Unfortunately, poverty remains Moldova’s greatest problem. We must combat this evil – through creating jobs. This is one of the chief priorities in the Moldovan Government’s Work Program. I am happy that more than a hundred persons will receive jobs with the incubator’s opening”, said Iurie Leanca.

He called upon incubator residents to “go through the incubation stage as quickly as only you can, and proceed to a stage of maturity”.   
Ambassador Dirk Schuebel said that in the European Union area, there are more than 900 business incubators functioning. In the EU countries, 99% companies are small entities, and 2 of every 3 jobs are provided precisely by this category of enterprises.

Initially, about 20 companies will be functioning within the Singerei business incubator, and minimum one-third of them will be production entities. The rest 70 will be working in the sphere of services – accounting, consulting and other companies. 

Incubator resident companies will be using production premises and offices at reduced rates, consultancies and entrepreneurship training courses, advice at purchasing equipment, minimum expenditures for administering, and other advantages.