International Institute of Space Law


Regulatory Support of Space Goods and Services Trade Growth in Eurasian Economic Union

Authors Darya Bohdan
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Darya Bohdan
PhD Student at Department of International Law, Belarusian State University.
  • Abstract

      The Eurasian Economic Union declared to raise competitiveness of remote sensing services, provision of geoinformation goods/services as a part of development strategy. Estimated economic effect is $500m in 10 years. Presented study aims to reveal how legal instruments are used to enhance state cooperation and pool economic resources of partner states for economic growth.
      Newly introduced regulatory framework is analysed through existing regulation of space goods/services provision (establishments of legal entities, licensing, provision of national regime, tariff preferences, financial services delivery, state procurement). The paper examines export and import benefits in trade with specific countries under Union-third countries free trade agreements. The work also demonstrates correlation of Union’s regime with obligation of Union’s member states in the World Trade Organization.
      On the basis of the research conclusions are formulated on existing supportive legal base for future perspectives of trade growth in space goods/services within the Union and with third countries.

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