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EEC Board: cooperated deliveries of industrial products within the EAEU on the rise

EEC Board: cooperated deliveries of industrial products within the EAEU on the rise

On December 10, the Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) considered issues in the spheres of industry and technical regulation.

The EEC Board has approved the "Report on the results of annual monitoring of cooperative interaction and implementation of cooperative projects".

Cooperated deliveries of industrial products within the Union were on the rise in 2018, despite a slight slowdown in growth rates compared to 2017. At the end of 2017, this indicator increased by approx. 30%, and in 2018 – by another 8.8%

In sectoral terms, the increase in cooperated deliveries occurred in 2018, for example, in most manufacturing industries – in 16 industries out of 21. Along with that, those sectors identified by the Member States as priority ones and for which practical work has already begun with the Commission's participation, joined the ranks of leaders in terms of cooperated deliveries' growth rates.

The highest growth rates of mutual cooperated deliveries were recorded in coke and petroleum products - by 33%; production of other goods - by 20.1%; woodworking industry - by 16.2%; production of machinery and equipment - by 14.8%; production of motor vehicles - by 14.1%; food industry - by 11.1%; production of electrical equipment - by 10.2%, and metallurgy - by 9.6%.

The EEC Board has adopted an updated program for developing interstate standards to the technical regulation "On the safety of certain types of specialized food products, including dietetic medical and dietetic preventive nutrition".

The Program provides for developing 48 interstate standards, including 13 standards based on international and regional standards or identical national standards. The Republic of Belarus is assigned to develop 12 standards, the Republic of Kazakhstan – 8 standards, and the Russian Federation – 23 standards.​