EENI Global Business School
Business in Belarus, Minsk

Syllabus of the Subject: Foreign Trade and Business in Belarus, Minsk

  1. Introduction to the Republic of Belarus (Europe)
  2. Belarusian Economy
  3. Economic Profile of the Belarusian regions: Brest, Vitebsk, Gomel, Grodno, Mogilev.
  4. International Trade (Import, Export) of Belarus
    1. The Union State (Russia and Belarus)
    2. European Union-Belarus Trade Relations
  5. Doing Business in Minsk
  6. Case Study:
    1. Gomselmash Company
    2. Spartak
  7. Access to the Belarusian Market
  8. Business Plan for Belarus

The objectives of the subject “Foreign Trade and Business in Belarus” are the following:

  1. To analyse the Belarusian Economy and Foreign Trade (Import, Export, FDI)
  2. To know the business opportunities in Belarus
  3. To explore the Belarusian trade relations with the country of the student
  4. To know the Belarusian free trade agreements
  5. To examine the profile of Belarusian companies
  6. To develop a business plan for the Belarusian Market

Sample - Doing Business in Belarus:
International Trade and Business in Belarus Minsk

The Subject “Foreign Trade and Business in Belarus” belongs to the following Online Higher Educational Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:
  1. Doctorates: European Business, World Trade
  2. Masters: Business in Europe, International Business, Foreign Trade
  3. Courses: Business in Eastern Europe, Russia

Online Students, Master in International Business and Foreign Trade

Masters and Doctorates in Global Business adapted to the Belarusian Online Students, Master, International Business, Foreign Trade Belarusian Students

Learning materials in Courses, Masters, Doctorates in International Business in English (Study Master Doctorate Business in Spanish Bielorrusia Study, Master in International Business in French Belarus).

  1. Credits of the subject “Foreign Trade and Business in Belarus”: 1 ECTS Credits
  2. Duration: one week

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Description: Foreign Trade and Business in Belarus.

Pan-European Corridor IX (Russia, Finland, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece)

Belarusian free trade agreements and market access:

  1. Belarus and the Orthodox Economic Area.
  2. Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)
    1. Free-Trade Area (CISFTA)
  3. Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU)
    1. Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU)-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
  4. Central European Initiative (CEI)
  5. Belarus-Kazakhstan-Russia-Ukraine Common Economic Space
  6. Free trade agreement (FTA) between Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan
  7. Belarus-Russia-Ukraine Free trade agreement (FTA)
  8. Russia-Belarus-Kazakhstan Customs Union
  9. Ukraine-Belarus Free Trade Agreement
  10. European Union-Belarus
    1. EU Eastern Partnership
    2. European Neighbourhood Policy

Community of Independent States CIS: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan

Foreign Trade Facilitation. TFA Agreement. Customs. Payments. Global Supply Chain

Pan-European Corridor II (Russia-Belarus-Poland-Germany), master

The Republic of Belarus:

  1. Belarus share frontiers with Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Russia, and Ukraine
  2. The capital of Belarus is Minsk (3 million inhabitants)
  3. Belarusian population: 9.6 million people
  4. The spoken languages in Belarus are Belarusian and Russian
  5. Government Type: Presidential Republic
  6. Belarus gained the independence from the Soviet Union in 1990.
  7. Belarusian Area: 207,600 square kilometres

The Belarusian main religion is Orthodox Christianity. There are 1.7 million Catholics

Belarus belongs to the Orthodox Economic Area.

International North-South Transport Corridor (India-Russia) Iran, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan...

Belarusian Economy.

  1. The Republic of Belarus has benefited a strong economic growth since its independence in 1992
  2. The European Union has suspended the economic partnership with Belarus until the political and civil conditions improve
  3. The Union State (Russia and Belarus). The Strategic Partnership with the Russian Federation stems from their location, historical and cultural links between Russia and Belarus, economic ties and cooperation between the Belarusian and Russian companies
  4. The main trade partners of Belarus are Russia, Ukraine, the Netherlands, Germany, China, Poland, Venezuela, the United Kingdom, Latvia, and Italy
  5. Potash fertilizer and flax fibre production are the largest export products of Belarus
  6. The majority of the foreign direct investment came from the European Union (43%) and Russia (33%)
  7. The largest foreign direct investment sources were Russia (82%), Switzerland, Cyprus, and Germany

Minsk is the capital and industrial centre of the Republic of Belarus.

  1. The main economic activities of Minsk are industry (20% of the total industrial production volume of Belarus), construction, science and scientific services, food production, light and motor industry, tractor manufacturing, machine tool, construction, metal working, instrument making and radio engineering and electronic equipment manufacturing
  2. Minsk export 60% of his production
  3. The main industrial export products are tractors, lorries, metal-working machine tools, refrigerators, TV sets, motor-cycles, and bicycles
  4. The main export market destination are Russia, Ukraine, Baltic States, Poland, Germany, Pakistan, and Kazakhstan
  5. Access to the Eurasian Land Transport Initiative


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