Trade and Economic Relations between Armenia and Russia in 1991–2016

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Trade and Economic Relations between Armenia and Russia in 1991–2016
// Russia and New States of Eurasia. 2017. No 2. P. 49-68



Abstract

After dissolution of the USSR Russia and Armenia began to build up mutual trade and economic relations. In spite of existing difficulties economic relations between the two countries developed successfully, the growth of Russian-Armenian trade turnover was stable. Following Armenia’s entry of the Eurasian economic union Russia and Armenia obtained new chances to expand their trade and economic ties. 


Keywords

Armenia, Russia, trade and economic relations, trade turnover, Eurasian Economic Union 


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For citation:
Grigoryan G. Trade and Economic Relations between Armenia and Russia in 1991–2016. Russia and New States of Eurasia, 2017, No 2, pp. 49-68



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