In 2010, Russia established a customs union with Kazakhstan and Belarus. This customs union became the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) in 2015. Armenia and Kyrgyzstan joined the EAEU the same year. The EAEU has legal jurisdiction in many trade-related policy areas, such as customs, competition, trade defence and industrial products regulation, intellectual property rights and foreign trade policy. (a) encourage their respective nationals, businesses and organizations to directly develop, publish and provide lists of nationals, businesses and organizations involved in foreign trade, as well as other information useful for contacting and evaluating potential trading partners, as well as lists of government agencies and officials involved in foreign trade policy and regulation; and three. Unless an amicable solution is reached during consultations, the importing party may: (a) impose quantitative import restrictions, tariff measures or other tariff restrictions or measures that it deems appropriate and for a period it deems necessary to prevent or remedy imminent or effective market disruptions; (b) take appropriate measures to ensure that imports from the other party`s territory are subject to these quantitative restrictions or other restrictions; that have been introduced in the context of market disruptions. In this case, the other party is free to depart from its obligations under this agreement with respect to a substantially equivalent trade. 2. Contracting parties take appropriate measures to encourage the expansion of trade contacts to increase trade. In this context, the Soviet party expects Soviet organizations to increase their orders for goods and services to the United States during the duration of this agreement, while the U.S. party believes that this agreement will result in a strengthening of purchases of goods and services from the Soviet Union by American citizens and companies.
To this end, the parties publish this agreement and ensure that it is made available to all interested parties. 5. Efforts to exploit trade secrecy must not be hindered or hindered by excessive or discriminatory conditions or conditions that water down the value of trade secrecy. (a) the benefits granted by one of the contracting parties as a result of full membership in a customs union or free trade area; (c) benefits to third countries in accordance with the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) and benefits to developing countries under GATT and other international agreements; And one. Subject to the requirement that such measures not be applied in a manner that constitutes a means of arbitrary or unjustified discrimination between countries where the same conditions prevail, or a disguised restriction on international trade, nothing should be interpreted in this agreement as prohibiting the acceptance or execution by a contracting party of: 3) the verification of international trends in the protection of intellectual property rights within the framework of economic and trade relations. International 1. The parties reaffirm their willingness to expand trade in goods and services in accordance with the provisions of this agreement. They take appropriate measures to promote and facilitate trade in goods and services and to ensure favourable conditions for the long-term development of trade relations between Soviet organizations and U.S.
nationals and businesses.