Debt surges overnight to reach 37.9% of GDP as government issues bonds to cover losses from $1bn bank frauds.
Moldova's head prosecutor announces US FBI has launched investigation into money siphoned off from three Moldovan banks.
President elect Igor Dodon accuses minister of "provocations" in bid to gain support from Moscow.
Moldova’s new pro-Russian President Igor Dodon said in his first interview since winning the election on November 13 that his country’s relationship with the EU would “remain intact”, but there will be bilateral and trilateral talks with Moscow.
Igor Dodon also likely to call referendum on EU Association Agreement.
Igor Dodon has repeatedly advocated amending Moldova’s EU Accession Treaty and joining Russia's Custom Union.
Whoever wins the election will first have to tackle the breakaway region's severe exchange rate and budgetary crises, and will need the support of Russia.
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