Cross-Border Economic Cooperation of Russian and Kazakhstan Regions (Under Customs Union and Unified Economic Space Conditions)
Hronodiskretnye comparative studies can be made, in our opinion, not only in relation to certain governmental and legal institutions that have taken place in different historical periods in one country, but also in respect of inter-state organizations that existed in different eras, but possessed with a certain set of similar functions . In this paper, we try to make a comparative study of hronodiskretnoe Council for Mutual Economic Assistance and the Customs Union of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan.
The article analyzes the historical background of the emergence and development of the Customs Union of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan on the example of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance, the German Customs Union and the Southern African Customs Union.
Die rechtliche Gestaltung der Zollunion Russlands, Weißrusslands und Kasachstans im Rahmen der Eurasischen Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft hat das russische öffentliche Recht vor eine neue Aufgabe gestellt, die nicht nur angesichts ihrer theoretischen Prämissen aktuell ist1, sondern auch eine besondere praktische Bedeutung hat. Es handelt sich um das Verhältnis zwischen supranationaler und nationaler Regulierung im Zollbereich.
The monograph based on a study of legal acts of the World Trade Organization and periodical literature examines the history of the creation of the GATT / WTO, its structure, goals and principles. On the basis of statistical data and other sources describes the process of Russia's accession to the WTO, analyzed the socio-economic consequences, examines the process of adaptation of Russian business, higher education and the ability of the Customs Union in the framework of Russia's membership in the WTO. The author focuses on the possible negative effects on the regional level and in various sectors of the economy. On the basis of the analysis carried out by forming conclusions and provides guidance for the development of adaptation to Russian WTO rules.
Work is aimed at specialists in the field of economics, law, customs, university students, as well as all those interested in the consequences of Russia's entry into the World Trade Organization.
This is a review of issues and problems, including cross-border disputes, arising during customs examination and sampling in the Russian Federation and the European Union. The Customs Union of the Russian Federation, Republic of Kazakhstan, and the Republic of Belarus was formed in accordance with the Agreement of 6 October 2007. This article provides some concrete examples of cross-border disputes in comparison to similar problems that have arisen in the EU, particularly in the Netherlands. Based on this review, we will conclude with some suggestions to improve the handling of cross-border disputes arising from customs examinations and sampling.