Disintegration trends observed for the last two decades in the CIS region are reversed, but there has been no qualitative breakthrough yet — EDB
St. Petersburg, 1 April 2014. Integration in the post-Soviet space progresses at an uneven pace in different domains, but the level of integration in the CIS has generally remained virtually unchanged for the last four years. That means that the permanent disintegration trend observed over two decades might have been reversed. At the same time, there has been no qualitative breakthrough yet. That is the conclusion reached by the Centre for Integration Studies of the Eurasian Development Bank, which has completed a new stage of its research project “System of Indicators of Eurasian Integration” (SIEI).
It is the major research project of the Centre designed to become the tool of on-going monitoring and assessment of the pattern and key vectors of Eurasian integration. SIEI is acknowledged as one of the three best systems for detailed regional integration analysis globally. The project is based on analysing official statistics ...1 April, 2014
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