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    Integration processes in the Eurasian Economic Union countries have a positive impact on developing industrial cooperation between the Union countries, as a result, cooperative deliveries between the Member States observed since 2016 continued growing in 2019. Such conclusions appear in the report on the results of monitoring industrial products in the Union approved by the EEC Board at the meeting held on December 1.

    Drafting such a report has been provided for in the key strategic document in the field of manufacturing industry – the Main Directions of Industrial Cooperation within the Union.

    The report contains a comprehensive review of the parameters of the Union's market of industrial products, including the comparison of the manufacture, as well as foreign and mutual trade of industrial goods at the industry and country levels.

    Furthermore, the report reflects findings of the detailed analysis of cooperative deliveries both between the Member States and in trade with third countries, as performed by the Commission's Industrial Unit.

    Giving the report, Nikolay Kushnarev, Director of the Industrial Policy Department, has noted that the common market of the Union’s industrial products continued to grow at year-end 2019 both in physical and value terms – by 2.5% and 1.1%, respectively.

    The total value of cooperative deliveries between the Member States in the manufacturing industry increased by 3.6% compared to the previous year and by 53% compared to 2015, when the Main Directions were adopted.

    To ensure the coordination of efforts aimed at encouraging production of innovative, competitive and in-demand industrial products in the EAEU territory, the report presents a market analysis at the level of detailed commodity items. It will enable the Union countries' public authorities as well as manufacturers and consumers from various Member States to obtain information on the needs and manufacturing capabilities of integration association partners, and furthermore, will help to search partners for development of industrial cooperation.

    The report approved by the Board will be sent to the Governments of the EAEU Member States as well as posted on the Eurasian Economic Commission’s website for review by general public.​


    Article Date: 12/1/2020
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    Integration processes in the Eurasian Economic Union countries have a positive impact on developing industrial cooperation between the Union countries, as a result, cooperative deliveries between the Member States observed since 2016 continued growing in 2019. Such conclusions appear in the report on the results of monitoring industrial products in the Union approved by the EEC Board at the meeting held on December 1.
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    The EEC Board has approved updated lists of standards to Technical Regulation "On safety of equipment for operation in explosive atmospheres".

    The list of standards ensuring voluntary compliance with the technical regulation’s requirements includes 67 interstate standards and 14 national standards of the Russian Federation.

    The list of standards for methods includes 69 interstate standards and 12 national standards of the Russian Federation.

    A transitional period has been established for applying certain interstate and national standards.

    The lists of standards have been drafted by the EEC jointly with the EAEU public authorities involving experts and business and take into account new versions of interstate standards elaborated and enacted in the Union States.

    Most of the included standards have been elaborated on the basis of international (ISO and IEC) and regional (EN) standards, which leads to establishing common principles of approach to assessing the conformity of equipment for operation in explosive atmospheres.​

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    The EEC Board has approved updated lists of standards to Technical Regulation "On safety of equipment for operation in explosive atmospheres".
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    The Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) has extended the anti-dumping measure on Chinese kitchen appliances and cutlery made of corrosion-resistant steel until 2025. This refers, in particular, to table knives, spoons, forks, ladles, skimmers, cake servers, knives for fish and butter, sugar tongs as well as sets of these products.

    The anti-dumping duty has been extended following a repeated investigation. An application submitted by Pavlovsky Order of Honor Art Metal Product Plant named after Kirov PJSC and supported by Nytva JSC, Ashinsky Metallurgical Plant PJSC, Pavlovskaya Lozhka LLC, Trud PJSC and Red Metalworker Mogilev JSC served as a basis for its initiation.

    The analysis of the received information enabled to conclude about the possibility to continue dumped imports and cause damage to the economic sector of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) Member States. In this regard, the EEC Board has decided to extend the anti-dumping measure for 5 years.

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    The anti-dumping duty on kitchen appliances and cutlery made of corrosion-resistant steel from China in the amount of 15.41% to 27.16% of the customs value, depending on the manufacturing company, was established by Decision No. 56 of the EEC Board dated May 19, 2015. In May 2020, the duty was extended for the period of repeated investigation.​

    Article Date: 12/1/2020
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    The Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) has extended the anti-dumping measure on Chinese kitchen appliances and cutlery made of corrosion-resistant steel until 2025. This refers, in particular, to table knives, spoons, forks, ladles, skimmers, cake servers, knives for fish and butter, sugar tongs as well as sets of these products.
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    Elena Aleksandrovna Valenta was born on January 8, 1978 in Minsk.

    She graduated from the Belarus State Economic University and the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Belarus.

    She started her career in 2002 at the State Property Fund of the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Belarus. From March 2003 to November 2020, she worked at the Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Belarus, where she rose through the ranks from Chief Specialist to Head of the Strategic Development and International Cooperation Directorate.

    On December 1, 2020, she was appointed Deputy Director of the EEC Transport and Infrastructure Department.

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    Elena Aleksandrovna Valenta was born on January 8, 1978 in Minsk.
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    Andrey Slepnev, Member of the Board – Minister in charge of Trade of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), and Tan See Leng, Minister, Prime Minister's Office, Second Minister for Manpower and Second Minister for Trade and Industry of the Republic of Singapore, discussed the completion of a comprehensive free trade area between the EAEU and Singapore.

    "The Union respects the impressive progress Singapore has achieved over the past decades in the field of technology and socioeconomic solutions. Many of these solutions have already been printed in textbooks and we carefully study and use them in our practice. Given the deep informal ties in terms of experience exchange, we are interested in using preferential cooperation with Singapore to expand our business to the region as a whole,"the EEC Minister in charge of Trade stated.  In this regard, it is important for the EAEU countries to get a competitive level of access to the market of services and investments.

    Andrey Slepnev has stressed that the EAEU remains committed to the early enactment of a comprehensive trade deal with Singapore, the arrangements on forming which were reached in October 2019. At the same time, this requires reaching mutually acceptable agreements within bilateral negotiations between the Union countries and Singapore.

    The EEC Minister in charge of Trade has expressed his hope that the necessary balance in arrangements will be achieved with direct involvement of Minister Tan See Leng.

    For his part, Minister Tan See Leng has noted that bilateral negotiations with the EAEU countries are advancing at different rates and in the case of Kyrgyzstan they are close to completion.

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    On October 1, 2019, the Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Singapore signed an Agreement on Trade in Services and Investment. They also signed the Free Trade Agreement and the Framework Agreement on Comprehensive Trade and Economic Cooperation between the EAEU and its Member States, on the one part, and the Republic of Singapore, on the other part (which "packages" arrangements in the "goods, services, investments" format). It is supposed that the entire package of arrangements will enter into force simultaneously.
    Article Date: 12/1/2020
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    Andrey Slepnev, Member of the Board – Minister in charge of Trade of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), and Tan See Leng, Minister, Prime Minister's Office, Second Minister for Manpower and Second Minister for Trade and Industry of the Republic of Singapore, discussed the completion of a comprehensive free trade area between the EAEU and Singapore.
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