EAEU

The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) is a regional integration association, the member states of which are the Republic of Armenia, the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Federation.

Materials on topic
7 publications
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Report
09.30.2021
Report
09.30.2021
Rail Container Transportation in Eurasia in the First Half of 2021
In the first half of 2021, 336,598 Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) were transported along the Eurasian railway transit route in the China—Europe—China direction, which is 50% more than in the first half of 2020.
Report
05.11.2021
Report
05.11.2021
Potential for Expanding the Eurasian Corridor with Agricultural & Food Products
In 2020, the Eurasian railway transit route showed record growth rates in terms of traffic volumes.
Article
12.08.2020
Eurasian Railway Breakthrough

The considerable increase in China-Europe railway shipping volumes has positively influenced the development of the entire Russian transport system over the past few years. Enhancing Russia’s transport and transit potential will increase the revenue of manufacturing/processing companies, the budget and the income of employees and have major geopolitical implications

Report
08.26.2020
Report
08.26.2020
Value Chains Transformation and Transport Reconnection in Eurasia: Geo-Economic and Geopolitical Implications

Geographically and historically, transport and trade have united Eurasia as much as geopolitical conflicts and imperial rivalries have kept it fragmented. Since the 2000s and even more so with the launch of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and the Eurasian integration (EAEU) in progress, opportunities for a major diversification and modernization of the economies of continental Eurasia via transport and trade integration, at both a regional and global level, have risen dramatically and have in fact never been greater.