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Eurasian Regional Integration
2013
History of Eurasian Integration
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Universal Stages of Regional Integration
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The Customs Union of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan
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The Single Economic Space between Russia, Belarus and | 5
Kazakhstan
Agreements Establishing the Single Economic Space
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Governing Bodies
of the Customs Union and the Single Economic Space
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Supreme Eurasian Economic Council
(Heads of State and Government of the Member States)
Eurasian Economic Commission
Council of the Commission
three members of the Council, one Deputy PM representing each Member State
Board of the Commission
(nine members, three from each Member State)
Advisory bodies
Chairman of the Board
Member of the Board-Minister in
charge of the development of
integration and macroeconomics
Member of the Board–Minister
in charge of economy and
financial policy
Member of the BoardMinister in charge of technical
regulation
Member of the BoardMinister in charge of trade
Member of the Board-Minister in
charge of competition
Member of the Board-Minister
in charge of industry and
agribusiness
Member of the Board Minister in charge of energy
and infrastructure
Member of the BoardMinister in charge of the
customs cooperation
Departments
Departments
Departments
Advisory bodies
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Eurasian Economic Commission
Council of the Commission
Belarus – Sergei Rumas
Kazakhstan – Kairat Kelimbetov
Russia – Igor Shuvalov
Board of the Commission
Tatiana Valovaya
Member of the Board-Minister in
charge of development of
integration and macroeconomics
Sergey Sidorsky
Member of the Board-Minister in
charge of industry and
agribusiness
Departments
Chairman of the Board
Viktor Khristenko
Danial Akhmetov
Valery Koreshkov
Andrey Slepnev
Member of the Board-Minister in
charge of technical regulation
Member of Board-Minister in
charge of trade
Member of the Board-Minister in
charge of energy and
infrastructure
Vladimir Goshin
Timur Suleimenov
Member of Board-Minister in
charge of customs
cooperation
Member of the Board-Minister in
charge of economy and financial
policy
Nurlan Aldabergenov
Member of the Board-Minister in
charge of competition
Departments
Departments
Advisory
bodies
Budget of the Eurasian Economic Commission
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Key Competencies of the Eurasian Economic Commission
under the SES Agreements
Macroeconomics
• Outlining possible scenarios in order to make forecasts of socio-economic development for a three-year period
Natural monopolies
• Taking decisions regarding the expanding of the scope of natural monopolies
Public procurement
• Taking decisions on exemptions from national regime
•In case of breach of the treaty commitments, taking decisions binding national bodies to bring their decisions in
compliance with the treaty
Competition
• Overruling national bodies’ decisions to impose state price control
• Obtaining approval for prolongation of state price control
Rail transport
• Obtaining approval for application of exceptional tariffs
• Deciding on suspension/revocation of decisions to change tariffs
Competition
• Deciding on sanctions and fines
• Deciding on restraints of violations
Industrial subsidies
• Deciding on feasibility of granting specific subsidies
01.2012
01.01.2013
01.01.2017
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Auxiliary competencies under the SES Agreements
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Macroeconomics
• Defining benchmarks of macroeconomic policies of the Member States
• Coordinating implementation of harmonized macroeconomic policies by the Member States
• Monitoring economic development of the Parties and steps taken in this field, assessing those measures
Natural monopolies
• Making up a list of regulatory legal acts and stages of harmonization of legislation of the Member States
• Analyzing regulatory framework for natural monopolies in the Member States and its application history
• Analyzing and coming up with ways to coordinate decisions of national bodies
Industrial subsidies
Rail transport
Natural monopolies
• Supervising the implementation of relevant provisions of the Agreements
Industrial subsidies
Agriculture
• Monitoring and analysis of national legislation against the Agreements
• Drafting annual compliance reports covering implementation of provisions of the Agreements by the Member
States
• Holding consultations on harmonization of national legislations of the Member States
Industrial subsidies
Rail transport
Natural monopolies
Macroeconomics
• Participating in resolution of disputes over the interpretation of the provisions of the Agreements (via negotiations
and consultations)
The EEC will be delegated over 90 competences in pursuance of the SES
Agreements
Eurasian Economic Commission and Business Dialogue
Russia-Belarus-Kazakhstan
Advisory Board
Development of
integration and
macroeconomics
Bodies of the
Eurasian
Economic
Commission
Economy and
financial policy
Energy
Trade
Industry
Customs cooperation
Competition and
anti-trust regulation
Technical regulation
Infrastructure and
transport
Agribusiness
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International positioning of the Eurasian Economic
Commission
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The Customs Union and the Single Economic Space
Share in the Global Export of Goods
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Growth rate of Customs Union Economies in 2009-2012
bn. $
External and mutual trade of the Customs Union
Member-States
1000.0
900.0
800.0
700.0
600.0
500.0
400.0
300.0
200.0
100.0
0.0
910.6
939.3
686.3
590.5
36.5
47.1
63.5
68.5
2009
2010
2011
2012
Mutual trade with the CU Member-States
External trade of the CU with third countries
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Growth Rate of Customs Union Economies in 2009-2011
Key Macroeconomic Indicators of the Customs Union
2500
2087
bn. $
2000
1672
1389
1500
1314
1000
500
1053
824
0
2009
2010
GDP
2011
Volume of Production
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Declarations by the Heads of State of Russia, Belarus and | 17
Kazakhstan
December 9, 2010
Declaration on the
Establishment of the Single
Economic Space of Belarus,
Kazakhstan and the Russian
Federation
November 18, 2011
Declaration on Eurasian
Economic Integration
March 19, 2012
Declaration by the three
Presidents
Moving towards the establishment of the Eurasian
Economic Union in order to achieve balanced, mutually
reinforcing and beneficial cooperation with other countries,
international economic unions and EU with a view to create
a single economic space
Desire to complete by January 1, 2015 codification of
international Treaties that make up the regulatory legal
framework of the Customs Union and Single economic
union, thus laying groundwork for the future Eurasian
Economic Union.
Reaffirming commitment to establish the Eurasian
Economic Union by 2015
Regulatory Legal Framework of the Eurasian Economic Union | 18
Codification of legislation Main principles
Streamlining of legislation through:
• Substantial revision of existing legal norms
• Elimination of inconsistencies and contradictions of legal norms
• Filling gaps and repealing obsolete norms
OUTCOME OF CODIFICATION
Издание нового акта, заменяющего ранее действовавшие
Aакты
new treaty
to substitute previously
existing ones on the subject
по соответствующему
вопросу.
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Single Economic Space from the Atlantic to the Pacific
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Abbreviation
APEC
CU
CCU
EurAsEC
EEC
EEU
EU
IC
IPA
ISC
SEAEC
SES
– the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation
– the Customs Union
– the Customs Union Commission
– the Eurasian Economic Community
– the Eurasian Economic Commission
– the Eurasian Economic Union
– the European Union
– the Integration Committee
– the Inter-parliamentary Assembly
– the Intergovernmental Council
– the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council
– the Single Economic Space
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