The details of the economic integration program between Belarus and Russia became public. It is designed for a year and a half and provides for partial integration of the two economic systems since January 2021, the Kommersant agency reports. The news agency notes that integration is unlikely to be completely equal for the parties – the Russian economy is 29 times larger than the Belarusian one. “This is at least a single Tax Code, a foreign trade regime and the Civil Code, a unified account of property and similar social guarantees, almost unified banking supervision, but with two central banks, a single … Continue reading Belarus-Russia Integration Plan Details Leaked. What Is In There?
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