Eurasian Economic Community (EurAseC)

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Oct 2000, Astana (Kazakhstan), by member states of Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), in place of the previously proposed Customs Union. Also referred to as EvrAzES. As of Oct 2007, includes Central Asian Cooperation Organization (CAC). Replaced by Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), 1 Jan 2015.


Form a customs union and a single economic space, and achieve other objectives and purposes laid down in agreements concerning the customs union, the treaty on increased integration in the economic and humanitarian fields and the Treaty on Customs Union and a Single Economic Space, in accordance with the phases outlined in those instruments.

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Called upon to serve the following goals:

 • In the area of external trade and customs policy: complete formalization of the free trade regime in all respects; create a unified customs tariff and a unified system of non-tariff regulation measures; establish common rules of trade in goods and services and their access to internal markets; work out a joint position of member states regarding their relations with WTO.

 • In the area of economic policy, aims at: conducting coordinated structural re-organization of the economics; drawing up and implementing joint programmes of social and economic development; creating a common payment system; creating equal conditions for industrial and entrepreneurial activities; forming a common market for transportation services and a unified transport system; forming a common energy market; creating equal conditions for access of foreign investments to the markets.

 • In the social and humanitarian field, seeks to: harmonize national education systems; develop science and culture; give citizens of EurAsEC countries equal rights to education and medical assistance on its territory.

 • In the legal sphere, focuses on: reconciling and harmonizing national legislation; creating a mechanism for coordinating the adoption of national legislative instruments and other legal standards.

Organizes: Economic Forums; conferences; seminars.


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Relations with Inter-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 20 inter-governmental organizations.
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Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 2 non-governmental organizations.
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Members in 5 countries
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Subjects *

  • Government
    • Intergovernmental Communities
  • Economics
    • Economic

UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth



Last News Received

6. Sep 2011
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