International Congress on Eurasian Economies

International Conference on Eurasian Economies

12-14 October 2011 – Bishkek, KYRGYZSTAN

Paper detail

Paper ID : 301
Status : Paper published
Language : English
Topic : Regional Economics
Presenter: Prof. Dr. Nuriddin Kayumov
Session : 1A Global Financial Integration

The Development and Interregional Integration Processes of Afghanistan
The Development and Interregional Integration Processes of Afghanistan


The given report considers the integration processes within the Central Asian Region and EAEC region space and their influence on economic situation of Afghanistan. It is emphasized, that the globalization of the world economy, new challenges and threats, especially intraregional integration becomes the predominant tendency of the world economy. Today practically the whole world is considered as a complex regional coalition, union or federation. By integrating between each other these countries protect their corporative interests. Central Asian sub-region has all prerequisites and possibilities of becoming the new zone for the world development. However, during the years of sovereignty and independence the integration processes even aggravated. Integration processes in the framework of EAEC region are also not effective. All these do not allow rendering assistance and support to the neighboring country Afghanistan. The situation in this country, especially in the sphere of economy constitutes a threat not only to the Central Asian countries, but also for USA, Russia, China and the whole world. The ways of solving Afghan problems lie in the sphere of economy. The author considers possibilities and ways of achieving peace and stability in this country.

JEL codes: O19, F15, I15

Kayumov, Nuriddin (2011). "The Development and Interregional Integration Processes of Afghanistan" in Proceedings of International Conference of Eurasian Economies 2011, pp.8-11, Bishkek, KYRGYZSTAN.


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Session 1A: Global Financial Integration

Beykent University Kyrgyzstan-Turkey Manas University Promotion Fund of the Turkish Prime Ministry Turkish Central Bank