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The Future of EU-Russia economy (mid-term) perspective and EU interests . Agenda. EU & Russia: “pro s ” and “con s ”. Economic cooperation. Social cooperation. Future prospects. Agenda. EU & Russia: “pro s ” and “con s ”. Economic cooperation. Social cooperation. Future prospects.
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of euro-denominated assetsin the world.
strong mutual interest in nuclear safety, education
(Bologna process), exchange of know-how. Russia needs new
technologies, EU needs developed Russia to continue provide
42% of EU gas comes from Russia
Example: “Partnership for modernization” by Russia, Rostov summit 2010
EU vision:political modernization (political freedom & human rights)
Russian vision:technical modernization (know-how and investments)
Computer and information services
Royalty and license payments
Personal and cultural services
Other business services
2000: Germany, Italy, Great Britain, The Netherlands, Finland
2001-2002: Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Great Britain,Finland
2003: Germany, The Netherlands, Italy, Great Britain,Finland
2004: The Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Finland, Great Britain
2005: The Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Great Britain, Finland
2006-2009: The Netherlands, Italy, Germany, Poland, Great Britain
2000-2005: Germany, Italy, France, Finland, Great Britain
2006: Germany, France, Italy,Finland, Great Britain, Poland (new)
2007: Germany, Italy, France, Great Britain, Finland, Poland
2008: Germany, Italy, France, Great Britain, Poland
2009: Germany, France, Italy,Poland, Finland
2000-2002: Germany, Great Britain, Finland, France, Italy
2003-2004: Germany, Great Britain, Finland, France,
2005: Germany, Great Britain, Cyprus, France, Finland
2006-2007: Germany, Great Britain, Cyprus, The Netherlands, Finland
2008-2009: Great Britain, Germany, Cyprus, The Netherlands, France
2000-2002: Germany, Finland, Great Britain, France, Italy
2003-2004: Germany, Finland, Great Britain, France, The Netherlands
2005-2007: Great Britain, Germany, Finland, Cyprus, France
2008-2009: Great Britain, Germany, Finland, Cyprus, The Netherlands
According to the article VI GATT(the General agreement under tariffs and trade) the dumping is defined as a sale method for export at which «the goods of one country are sold in another country at a price below normal».
Now it is necessary to result some figures testifying to gravity of given not tariff restriction for Russia:
For December, 31st, 2007 the Community applied concerning Russia 11 definitive antidumping measures and did not apply any time antidumping measure. Obligations have been accepted concerning 5 of these 11 cases. The total cost of the import mentioned by these measures in 2007, has made €167 million that makes only 1,3 % of all import of Russia. The size of the antidumping duties entered on Russian production in 2007, has made less €20 million. That means that the average level of the entered duty was somewhere about 12 %.
For September, 30th, 2008 the Community applied antidumping measures concerning import of 12 kinds of goods from Russia. Cost of the import on which the measures were imposed during first half of 2008, has made €93 million (1,5 % of import). However the sum of the declared antidumping duties equaled only €3,4 million, i.e. the average duty was below 4 %.
EU expansion can have for Russia a number of negative consequences in trade - economic sphere:
- A mode of quantitative restrictions for import of the Russian steel to EU.
- 12 measures of antidumping protection concerning export of the Russian steel products and chemical fertilizers
- Quota System for the Russian export of grain to EU.
- Losses in trading of fuel-energetic products
- Worsening the access to specialized markets
EU expansion has variety of the essential favorable aspects for economy of Russia. Especially in the long-term plan. Here are uniform rules of a competition, trade and transit, both stability of calculations and protection of the intellectual Russian property.
Modernization goals driven by EU’s interest to invest in and source reliably from Russia – Russia needs know-how
Main goal and objectives of the Partnership
“to implement a concrete modernization of the most important sectors of Russian economy and society, in order to promote international multilateralism and benefit to both parts in the long run”
Possibilities of implementation in the four spheres
Policy and governance
Research and education
Quality of life
Quality of life
EU & Russia: “pros” and “cons”
“The EU expects the New EU-Russia Agreement to provide for a comprehensive legally binding framework to cover all main areas of the relationship based on our shared interests and the international commitments which the EU and Russia have entered into, including promoting respect for human rights and the rule of law. Moreover, in order to underpin our growing economic interdependence a Free Trade Area (FTA) would be of mutual interest”.
the concept in order to arrive to the common vision.
Basis for a better EU-Russia relationship = neither confrontation, nor isolation, nor unconditional cooperation, but a policy based on solidarity and the rule of law”. Let’s act together and influence our relationships with Russia.
“our joint attempt at achieving success and competitiveness in the modern world,”
way towards creation of Alliance of Europe in order to oppose 2 existing poles:
Alliance of Europe