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Serbien-EWU: Abkommen

von: 30. Oktober 2019


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Bloomberg meldet, Serbien habe mit der russisch dominierten Eurasischen Wirtschaftsunion ein Freihandelsabkommen unterzeichnet: „While the agreement offers little economically — Serbian trade with the EU eclipses that with the five ex-Soviet EEU members — it’s a reminder that Western inaction leaves the door open for Russian and Chinese influence. […] Under the agreement, signed by Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, Serbia will broaden existing trade pacts with Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan to add the EEU’s other two members, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan, after negotiating tariff-free sales of cheese, fruit brandies and cigarettes to the combined markets of 180 million people.“ (jw)