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ARUPOV A.A.; ABAIDULLAEVA M.M.; KALIEVA S.A.; ARUPOVA N.R. (2015)
Publisher: ROSTranse Trade F Z C
Journal: International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Economy
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: GLOBALIZATION,ECONOMIC INTEGRATION,INTERNATIONAL TRADE,EURASIAN ECONOMIC UNION (EAEU),KAZAKHSTAN,RUSSIA,BELARUS,ARMENIA,KYRGYZSTAN
Development of the integration process was a logical result of the growth of the international movement of goods and factors of production, which required a more reliable production and marketing links between the countries and the elimination of many obstacles to international trade and the movement of factors of production. It was possible to do only within the framework of interstate integration associations on the basis of a lot of political party agreements. Within the framework of the international economy in general, integration must be assessed in terms of whether it is a step towards greater freedom of trade or, conversely, is a restriction on the way trade flows. In order to assess whether the creation of this or that integration group in the interests of the international economy as a whole, a number of independent researchers and experts have formulated a number of criteria.
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