Economic relations and trade - Mapping EU-Central Asia relations
This paper discusses the economic relations among the countries of Central Asia on the one hand and the European Union and its member states on the other. First, the EU interests and priorities as a whole are analysed to distinguish the role of Central Asia in the documents and agreements of the EU in the spheres of economic cooperation, development, and financial aid. Then, national interests of the six EU member states - Latvia, Italy, Finland, Germany, Poland and France - in Central Asia are reviewed as separate cases to demonstrate their sustained interests and accomplishments in relations with the five countries of the region. In the following sub-chapter, business, trade and in-vestment interests of EU in Central Asia are scrutinized.
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