The Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC ЕВРАЗИЙСКОЕ ЭКОНОМИЧЕСКОЕ
СООБЩЕСТВО) is an economic regional bloc created in 2007 with the objective to
establish a Customs Union (Belarus,
Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan) and Common Economic Space
(Belarus, Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation). The Customs Union for Belarus,
Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation came into effect in 2010.
- Observers of the Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC):
Armenia, Moldova, Ukraine.
Uzbekistan (suspended in 2008)
- Surface of the
Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC): 20.300
- Population of EurAsEC region: 181 million people (2.7% of the global population).
- International trade turnover of the EURASEC economies has augmented 3 times since 2002 (in 2007 exceeded 90 billion
- The Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC) region produces 3.5% of the
Gross domestic product (GDP) of the world.
- EurAsEC (Eurasian Economic Community) has huge resources of minerals and raw
materials. In 2010 member economies haves 9% of prospected oil resources
worldwide, 25% of gas and 23% of coal; their share in the generation of
electrical energy amounted to 5.5% globally; steel production was 5.4% and grain production 5.7%.
Example of the course Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC):