Economic Cooperation in Sectors and Industries

(2011) Отраслевой обзор ЕАБР №11. Российская и казахстанская атомная энергетика: направления экономического сотрудничества.

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(2010) Отраслевой обзор ЕАБР №10. Фондовые рынки России и Казахстана: Перспективы интеграции.

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(2010) Отраслевой обзор ЕАБР №9. Интеграционные процессы в телекоммуникационном секторе стран СНГ.

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(2010) Отраслевой обзор ЕАБР №8. Перспективы сотрудничества стран СНГ в космической отрасли.

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(2010) Отраслевой обзор ЕАБР №7. Экономическое взаимодействие в агропромышленном комплексе стран СНГ.

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(2009) Отраслевой обзор ЕАБР №6. Влияние изменения климата на водные ресурсы в Центральной Азии.

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(2009) Отраслевой обзор ЕАБР №5. Международные транспортные коридоры ЕврАзЭС: быстрее, дешевле, больше.

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(2008) Отраслевой обзор ЕАБР №3. Общий электроэнергетический рынок СНГ.

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(2008) Отраслевой обзор ЕАБР №1. Атомно-энергетические комплексы России и Казахстана перспективы развития и сотрудничества.

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Emerson M., Vinokurov E. (2009) Optimisation of Central Asian and Eurasian Trans-Continental Land Transport Corridors. EUCAM, Working paper 07, December. Available at www.ceps.be and www.eabr.org/eng/publications/initiatives/

There is at present an overlapping but inadequately coordinated combination of strategic inter-continental transport corridors or axes stretching across the Eurasian landmass, centered on or around Central Asia. There are three such initiatives - from the EU, China and China and the Asian Development Bank, and the Eurasian Economic Community. This paper reviews these several strategic transport maps, and makes proposals for their coordination and rationalisation. The EU Central Asia strategy does not so far pay much attention to these questions. However the EU’s own initiatives (the Pan-European Axes and the Traceca programme) are in need of updating and revision to take into account major investments now being made by the other parties. In particular the case is made for a “Central Eurasian Corridor” for rail and road that would reach from Central Europe across Ukraine and Southern Russia into West Kazakhstan, and thence to the East Kazakh border with China, and thus joining up with and completing the West China-West Europe corridor promoted by the Asian Development Bank. There should also be a North-South corridor that would cross over this Central Eurasian Corridor in West Kazakhstan and lead down to the Middle East and South Asia. These adaptations of existing plan could become an exemplary case of cooperation between Central Asia and all the major economic powers of the Eurasian landmass.


(2008, RUS) К устойчивому развитию через интеграцию. Мировая энергетика, №8: 40-43, №9: 44-47.


(2007, RUS) Инвестиции и сотрудничество в гидроэнергетике Центральной Азии, Континент партнерства, сентябрь, стр.42-54.


(2007, ENG) Financing Infrastructure in Central Asia: Water and Energy Nexus, World Finance Review, Spring issue, 135-139.

There are several elements which will eventually lead to an optimal solution for the Central Asian water and energy nexus. The availability of purely financial solutions should be framed politically. Under the new conditions of political independence and market economy, an efficient utilization of water and energy resources is only feasible on the basis of market-based regulation within an efficient political and regulatory framework.

EurAsEC is on its way to adopting the Concept for the efficient utilization of water and energy resources in Central Asia. The Concept foresees: (1) the participation of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan, with the possible participation of Turkmenistan; (2) the synchronization of investment activities and water and energy regulation efforts; (3) the establishment of a permanent interstate executive body functioning as an investor and a dispatcher. Along with the Central Asian states, Russia is supposed to play an important role in the process as an investor, machinery supplier, and importer of electricity.

Given the complexity of interests involved, infrastructure development in Central Asia demands co-financing of large-scale investment projects with the participation of various states and multilateral development institutions.


(2007, RUS) Cooperation of Russian and Kazakh Nuclear Industries: Is There a Potential for Integration? Presentation paper for the first EDB Round Table on   Regional Integration, Almaty, 30 October 2007.


(2007, ENG) Nuclear Renaissance in Kazakhstan and Russia: Prospects for  Industrial Cooperation and Financing, World Finance Review, Fall issue, p.74-79.

 

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