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A. Klepach: There has been a shift in world activity in the Pacific-Asian region

Deputy Minister of Economic Development Andrey Klepach is sure that “one of the priority tasks for the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union is a coordinated policy in terms of trade and interaction with the world's most dynamic economic area.” The shift in global activity to the Pacific-Asian region “is a chance for us and a challenge because so far the scale of trade between Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan is to a lesser extent, with Asian countries much less than with the eurozone. "

Such a conjuncture requires the development of a new model of foreign economic activity.

The economies of China and India account for 19% of world GDP and will reach 2020-25% by 26. “In order to operate in this fast-growing market, we must also develop quite dynamically, at least with an average growth rate of 4-5%,” the Deputy Minister noted. , means that our share in the world economy will not grow, but decline. This is a serious challenge and we believe that cooperation within the framework of the Eurasian Economic Union will play a big role here. "

According to the press service of the Ministry of Economic Development, it is not only about issues of mutual trade, but, above all, the formation of a single capital market.

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