Об итогах внешней и взаимной торговли товарами Таможенного союза в январе-июне 2012 г.
28 августа 2012
| Таможенно-тарифное регулирование
По оперативным данным объем внешней торговли товарами государств – членов Таможенного союза за январь-июнь 2012 г. составил 459,6 млрд. долларов США, в том числе экспорт – 302,9 млрд. долларов США, импорт – 156,7 млрд. долларов США. Стоимостной объем экспорта по сравнению с январем-июнем 2011 г. в текущих ценах увеличился на 9,7%, или на 26,9 млрд. долларов США, импорта – на 4,8%, или на 7,2 млрд. долларов США.
Highlights of the speech by the Chairman of the EEC Board Tigran Sargsyan at the Conference of the EDB, published in the “Vedomosti” newspaper: “Overcoming under-integration”
14 December 2016
| Chairman of the EEC Board
I believe there is huge potential for the economic growth in Eurasia,
which has not yet been explored. And I think that the main tool that could
greatly stimulate the economic growth in our countries may be this
supranational institution which has been created. Because our main mission is
to be able to summarize the best practices that have been accumulated in the
countries, and basing on them, international experience, experience of the
European Union we will have to introduce these new supranational institutions,
which will stimulate the economic growth in our countries. The axiomatics which
lie at the heart of our Treaty on the Union is as follows: If we create the
common economic space, we will remove barriers, exemptions and restrictions,
create conditions for the free movement of goods, services, capital, and labor,
which alone will ensure great potential for the economic growth.
Interview of the Minister in charge of Internal Markets, Information Support, Information and Communication Technologies of the EEC Karine Minasyan to Tass News Agency: "The risk of innovations should be encouraged in the EAEU”
18 November 2016
| Internal markets, informatization, information and communication technologies
The Eurasian Economic Union became operational in 2015 and now comprises five countries: Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia. While Eurasian integration primarily focused on trade cooperation at its inception 20 years ago, since then the agenda has gradually expanded. Rapid information technology development provided the Union with new challenges. It soon became clear there was a need to regulate online trade, collaborate on legislation in the field of the Internet of Things, develop e-government communication systems, and create a venture funding market and jointly develop innovations in general.
Therefore, this year a new area of activity was established in the Eurasian Economic Commission, the regulatory body of the EAEU. One of its main objectives is to build a common digital space and develop digital technologies.
Karine Minasyan, Member of the Board - Minister in charge of Internal Markets, Information Support, Information and Communication Technologies of the EEC gave an interview to TASS New Agency on what is being done in this area at the Eurasian Week Forum and Expo in the run-up to the first anniversary of the establishment of the new direction of integration cooperation.