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See also: Chișinău
- Alternative spelling of .
- 1999, Moldova--poverty Assessment, World Bank Publications, →ISBN, page 12:
- Moreover, in the case of Moldova, Chisinau has been the sole engine of growth (in 1997, Chisinau grew by around 10 percent, fueled by a construction boom, while Moldova overall had just a 1.3 percent growth).
- 2005, Takako Ueta, Eric Remacle, Japan and Enlarged Europe: Partners in Global Governance, Peter Lang (→ISBN), page 79:
- In addition, a consensus has not been reached over the legal status of Transnistria, and the authority of the Moldovan government in Chisinau has not yet been extended over the Transnistrian territory.
- 2005, Paul Hare, Judy Batt, Reconstituting the Market, Routledge (→ISBN), page 359:
- In August, strikes broke out in the large factories of Chisinau and Transnistria, most of whose workforce was Russian, in protest at the language law.
Simplified from the Romanian spelling Chișinău.
- Chișinău (capital city of Moldova)
- This simplified spelling may be used when correct special characters are not available.
Declension of Chisinau (type maa)