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The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) which started operating on January 1, 2015 currently comprises five countries: Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia. Having developed the program of comprehensive development and integration up to 2025, the EAEU seeks both to strengthen internal integration processes, and to attract new members.
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Торговля и геополитика ЕАЭС в условиях замедления мировой экономики и перестроения системы международных отношений
EAEU Trade and Geopolitics amidst a Slowing Global Economy and the Rearrangement of International Relations
The Intesa Sanpaolo Group has published an analysis of trade and geopolitical relations of the EAEU member states where the slowdown in global economy and the rearrangement of international relations have become the determining factors.
Взаимосвязь в эпоху цифровых технологий. Цифровое будущее торгово-экономического сотрудничества стран Евразии
Connectivity in the Digital Age. Digital Futures of Trade and Economic Cooperation in Eurasia
This background paper of the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis aims to review the current level of digitalization and technological development of China, the EU, and the EAEU, analyze their digitalization strategies, and give preliminary recommendations on prospects of cooperation in the field of digitalization in Greater Eurasia.
Евразийская экономическая интеграция – 2019 (доклад № 52)
Eurasian Economic Integration 2019 (Report 52)
The report by the Eurasian Development Bank (EDB) offers information on essential features of trade and economic interactions among EAEU member states and between the EAEU and third countries, and reviews the most significant aspects of the integration processes within EAEU and globally as of late 2018.