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Transcript of Macro-Advisory’s 2017 Autumn Briefing
Dr Pankin gave us an overview and answered questions about the Eurasian Investment Bank
Uzbekistan: Playing catch-up is neither a sprint nor a marathon
Uzbekistan is playing catch-up with the rest of the CIS and Eurasia after 25 years of isolation. President Mirziyoyev and his team have moved surprisingly quickly with some key changes that should yield a positive knee-jerk reaction from investors. But the “to-do” list remains long and daunting.
Eurasian Economic Union: Consolidation and Progress Continues
Not much has changed in the EaEU since our last report, but this sort of integration process does not move quickly, as the experience of the EU shows. The EU experience is also important when interpreting intra-EaEU friction, such as that between Russia and Belarus. This is inevitable when countries have diverging bilateral interests. The EaEU exists to create a forum where these can be resolved, but not eradicated. We see a little more flesh on the links between the EaEU and the One Belt One Road strategy, but both projects are moving slowly.