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Import of Goods within the Eurasian Customs Union: Legal Regulation

Student: Anna Morozova

Supervisor: Anastasia Loginovа

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2016

The central questions that the present paper seeks to explore are how import is done within the Eurasian Customs Union and whether the member countries gained from moving towards the next stage of economic integration, the common market. By analysing statutes and intergovernmental acts, the study compares the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) and the Single Economic Space in terms of their potential to liberalise trade between their members. While neither arrangement is shown to be unambiguously preferable, this paper determines circumstances in which the Customs Union is preferred to the free trade area. It aims to give a reader an insight into the mechanism for ensuring collective and national security. Prospects for establishing the common legal frameworks within the territory of the EAEU are also given. The present paper is written with a belief that an important role in starting a new chapter in the history of Eurasia’s most promising customs union belongs to Russia.

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