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Reference information about the Consultative Board for cooperation between the Eurasian Economic Commission and Belarus-Kazakhstan-Russia business community

Reference information about the Consultative Board for cooperation between the Eurasian Economic Commission and Belarus-Kazakhstan-Russia business community

 

The Consultative Board for cooperation between the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) and Belarus-Kazakhstan-Russia business community, which was established pursuant to Decision No. 241. December 4, 2012 of the EEC Board to implement the Memorandum of Interaction dd. June 15, 2002 between the EEC and the Belarus-Kazakhstan-Russia Business Dialogue, is a body responsible for the interaction between the EEC and the business communities of Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Russia, with the latter represented by the Belarus-Kazakhstan-Russia Business Dialogue, on systemic and strategic issues to function within the Customs Union (CU) and the Single Economic Space (SES), as well as for consideration of proposals from the business community aimed at improvement of the CU and SES legal framework, and issues related to the organization and hosting of business forums of the business communities from Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Russia. 

The Consultative Board considers proposals from the business community aimed at improvement of the CU and SES legal framework.

The membership of the Consultative Board includes representatives of business communities, industrial trade associations, public organizations, research organizations and public authorities of Belarus, Russia, and Kazakhstan.

In its activity, the Consultative Board covers the following areas:

a) integration and macroeconomics;

b) development of enterprises;

c) financial markets (banking, insurance, forex market, securities market);

d) industry;

e) agriculture;

f) mutual and foreign trade;

g) technical regulation;

h) sanitary, veterinary and phytosanitary measures;

i) customs administration;

j) energy and natural monopolies;

k) transport and infrastructure;

l) promotion of competition and antitrust regulation;

m) protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights and means of individualization of goods, work and services.

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