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Integration Processes in the CIS Telecommunications Sector
EDB Industry Report no. 9. Globalisation of world economy and the increasing transparency of national borders elevated the role of information to a new level; information can provide critical...
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Space Industry in CIS Countries: Prospects of Cooperation
EDB Industry Report no. 8 Space activities evolved from being a product of global scientific and technical progress into its main driving force. Over time, the ultimate technology created for...
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Economic Cooperation in Agricultural Sector of CIS Countries
EDB Industry Report no. 7. March. The share of agribusiness in GDP in some CIS countries Source: the national statistics agencies of Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine The agricultural...
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The Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources in Central Asia
EDB Industry Report no. 6. September Water shortages are considered to represent the main impediment to the development of Central Asian countries both under present-day conditions and for the...
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The EurAsEC International Transport Corridors
EDB Industry Report no. 5. April. EDB: Almaty. Transport is at the heart of an efficiently functioning economy, since it provides an infrastructural basis for sustainable development. In modern...
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Nuclear Energy Complexes in Russia and Kazakhstan: Prospects for Development and Cooperation
EDB Industry Report no. 1. August. EDB: Almaty. 1. 2005–2006 was a critical period in the development of the nuclear complexes of Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan. These...
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(2013) EDB Eurasian Integration Yearbook
Eurasian Development Bank: Almaty. The Eurasian Development Bank is seven years old this year. It is considered a truly successful Eurasian integration project. With a cumulative investment...
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(2012) EDB Eurasian Integration Yearbook
Eurasian Development Bank: Almaty. The Customs Union of Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia was established in 2010. It expanded into the Single Economic Space in 2012, based on a comprehensive set...
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(2011) EDB Eurasian Integration Yearbook
The Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) remained the most rapidly growing region in the global economy throughout the 2000s. In 2003-2007, it was second only to Asian emerging markets in terms...
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