ASTANA ECONOMIC FORUM
May 17th
17:00 — 18:15
MNE of the Republic Kazakhstan / ABD /
Unified economy
Presentation
THE NEW CENTRAL ASIAN TRADE AGENDA. STRENGTHENING THE ROLE OF THE PRIVATE SECTOR
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Interregional trade between Central Asian countries remains limited. At the same time as countries are carrying out structural reforms and implementing open trade strategies, the growing global tension in trade may potentially weaken business confidence and negatively affect private sector participation in global and regional value chains. How might a regional trade agenda affect the countries of Central Asia? Will the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) program help catalyse trade and enhance synergy with the One Belt, One Road Initiative, the Eurasian Economic Union and other regional agreements or initiatives?

Albert Einstein
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