International Congress on Eurasian Economies

International Conference on Eurasian Economies

11-13 October 2012 – Almaty, KAZAKHSTAN

Paper detail

Paper ID : 397
Status : Paper published
Language : Turkish
Topic : International Trade and Globalization
Presenter: Asst. Prof. Dr. Osman Barak
Session : 1C Uluslararası Ticaret I

The Effects of the Kazakhstan-Russia-Belarus Customs Union on Turkey’s Exports and on Turkish Investors in Kazakhstan
Kazakistan-Rusya-Belarus Gümrük Birliği Anlaşmasının Türkiye’nin İhracatı ve Kazakistan’daki Türk Yatırımcılar Üzerine Etkisi

Abstract

The customs union is a model of economic integration which is composed of free trade area among the participant countries with a common external tariff. The participant countries generally set up common external trade policy. Main establishing purposes of customs union are increasing economic efficiency, improving the global competitiveness and establishing closer political and cultural ties between the member countries. This paper analyses the concept and effects of customs union, the agreement of Bel EurAsEC Customs Union and how this agreements effects Turkish investors in Kazakhstan and export of Turkey. In this contex, a survey is implemented to Turkish companies executives, according to the survey results, it is trying to reveal whether the Bel EurAsEC Customs Union have any effects on Turkey export. Also, in this paper, the effects of Bel EurAsEC Customs Union on Turkish investors which operates in Kazakhstan, investment attitude, behavior and decisions are being explored.

JEL codes: F15, F23, F13

Barak, Osman, Doğanay, Murat (2012). "The Effects of the Kazakhstan-Russia-Belarus Customs Union on Turkey’s Exports and on Turkish Investors in Kazakhstan" in Proceedings of International Conference of Eurasian Economies 2012, pp.268-275, Almaty, KAZAKHSTAN.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.36880/C03.00397

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Session 1C: Uluslararası Ticaret I

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