The goal of free movement of capital in the EAEU countries is the most difficult to achieve. This was announced on January 14 by the rector of the All-Russian Academy of Foreign Trade of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation Sergei Sinelnikov-Murylev at the Gaidar Forum.
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“The capital market is somewhat worse here. According to experts, the goal has been achieved by 20%. And if we follow the unified concept of forming a single financial market, which was approved in the fall of 2019, then only by 2025 will the countries unite common approaches to the formation of a single financial market, "said Sinelnikov-Murylev.
“Processes are not going fast here,” he emphasized. On the other hand, on the labor market, the goal was achieved at a much higher level - about 70%.
“There is no need for a work permit, there is a unified taxation system, and documents on education, with the exception of some types - medicine, pharmaceuticals, pedagogy and legal things - are automatically recognized,” he said.