Countries of Eurasian Economic Community

Belarus,  Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia,Tajikistan and Uzbekistan

Statistical abstract

 Russian version
Periodicity: irregular
205 pages, format 17 ő 24 cm

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     In 1996 the agreement on the deepening of integration in economic and humanitarian field between the Russian Federation, the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyz Republic, stipulating effective functioning of the common market of commodities, services, capital and labour force, i.e. forming the unite economic space was signed.
     The first abstract “Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia in figures” was issued in 1997 and became the result of cooperation of the Integration Committee of the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian Federation (countries of the customs union) and the Interstate Statistical Committee of the CIS.
     Later the issue of the abstract became regular. In the current year it is issued for the ninth time. Since 2000 the abstract is replenished by the data on socio-economic situation of Tajikistan which was recognized as participant of the customs union in February 1999.
     In October 2000 on the basis of the customs union the international regional economic organization – Eurasian Economic Community (EAEC) was established.
     On the 25-th of January 2006 the Republic of Uzbekistan was accepted for the participants of EAEC.
    Statistical abstract contains socio-economic indicators of the countries of Eurasian Economic Community for 2000-2006, I quarter and January-April 2007 on the basis  of  the official data of national statistical services of Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan (partially). Some data for Uzbekistan are taken from official publications and materials of site of Goskomstat of the Republic of Uzbekistan: www.stat.uz. Data on some indicators for 2006 are preliminary and can be revised later. Aggregate and other derivative indicators are computed according to the methodology approved by the Council of the Heads of Statistical Services of the Commonwealth countries. For Belarus and Russia value indicators are given taking into account denominations of national currencies.