Eurasian Economic Commission Council to consider removing barriers, restrictions and exemptions in EAEU domestic market

17.03.2016
The Eurasian Economic Commission Council will discuss work on detecting and removing barriers, restrictions and exemptions in the domestic market of the Eurasian Economic Union at today"s meeting in Moscow. Among the key issues will be the formation of a single digital space in the EAEU. In addition, it is planned to discuss a draft agreement on regulating the alcohol market in the EAEU and a draft agreement on trademarks, service marks and appellations of origin of Eurasian Union goods. The meeting is also expected to approve about 20 documents related to a full-fledged operation of the EAEU common pharmaceutical market.
Belarus will be represented by First Deputy Prime Minister Vasily Matyushevsky.
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