ArmInfo. The issues of uniting the markets of the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) will be discussed on September 26 at the IV International Exhibition Forum "Eurasian Week - 2019", which will be held in the capital of the Kyrgyz Republic, Bishkek. Member of the board (Minister) on internal markets, informatization, information and communication technologies of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) Karine Minasyan will participate in the Forum as a member of the panel discussion "The EAEU Internal Market - Myths and Reality>.
The movement of goods, workers, services and capital in the EAEU should be unhindered. However, in many cases, the member states of the Union apply restrictive measures at internal borders, which contradicts the basic principles of the EAEU Treaty.
Representatives and experts of the EEC and state authorities responsible for economic integration, as well as business communities, during the session will analyze the obstacles in the EAEU domestic market and evaluate the current possibilities of the EEC to address them. Participants will also discuss the impact of digitalization on the free movement of goods, services, capital and the workforce of the Union.
Among the topics to be discussed are the extent to which the movement of goods and labor is "free" from state control. They will consider issues of mutual trust between the relevant departments of the Union countries while ensuring the functioning of the domestic market, the impact of digitalization on ensuring four "freedoms" in the domestic market, its capabilities and risks.
The session will be organized by the block on internal markets, informatization, information and communication technologies of the EEC. "I am convinced that the Union's single market for goods, services, capital and labor without barriers, exceptions and restrictions can only be formed through the digital transformation of business and state control based on digital transparency," Karine Minasyan says. - The speed of such changes will determine the competitiveness of the Eurasian Union for many years. We need to figure out how to solve this problem with the help of .