EEC Council adopted recommendation for developing Union’s jewelry industry

The meeting of the Eurasian Economic Commission’s Council approved a recommendation "On creating additional conditions for developing integration of the Eurasian Economic Union Member States in the jewelry industry when promoting the Member States’ products to third markets".

According to the document, the Eurasian Jewelry Export Bureau is recommended to form a comparative rating of export procedures carried out in the Union countries in relation to jewelry industry products when preparing expert proposals to simplify conditions for access of the EAEU States’ jewelry products to foreign markets.

"We received a request for such system information from the jewelry products’ exporters", stated Artak Kamalyan, EEC Minister in charge of Industry and Agriculture. "Creating comparative ratings will not only enable our countries’ authorities to hear the views of the business community regarding the existing administrative conditions for the jewelry exports, but will also enable the EAEU States to work out efficient law-making initiatives".
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The Eurasian Jewelry Export Bureau was registered in 2021. The purpose of creating the Bureau is to position the jewelry industry of the Eurasian Economic Union in the global market by promoting the Union countries' jewelry products and increasing the efficiency of exports to third markets.