Sustainable economic growth in the five countries that constitute the Eurasian Economic Union is largely determined by the success of their common trade policy. The centrepiece of this is the creation of joint foreign economic targets within the EurAsEC agenda, as subsequently reflected in policy documents, Eurasian Union decisions, and agreements with foreign partners. In what areas do we have common economic interests? What targets should be addressed by the EurAsECs common trade policy in support of an export-oriented economy? How effective have existing joint projects been in encouraging mutual economic growth? Could a leading economic position help the EurAsEC make the concept of Greater Eurasia a reality?