Economic relations between Russia and the European Union
- Lebanon: a new state from the French desire
- An arbitrary creation
- For a lasting impact
- The Lebanese reconstruction "the Syrian"
- The failure of institutions
- Lead to a new organization desired by Syria
The European Union and Russia have close economic relations particularly since the dissolution of the former USSR. This area has grown from a planned economy to a market economy, and helped plan the TACIS signed in December 1991 with the aim of encouraging evidence favorable to the market economy and strengthening the democracy. Russia has emerged as a global power but has missed the next century. Yet, the transition was difficult at first. In August 1988, Russia experienced a period of financial crisis that destabilized the entire country. From here, Russia was experiencing a period of unprecedented growth, with its GDP up by about 50% in volume, at the rate of 6.8% per year. Russia plans to double the volume of GDP in ten years. This growth is mainly due to structural reforms made in various areas such as taxation, land ownership and banking. But it is mainly the rise in prices and volumes of energy exports from Russia that are the leaders, and participated in increasing the current account surpluses to 18% of the GDP.