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The modern «Silk way» and subregional cooperation within the Eurasian continent

In: Euroasian international cooperation: the model and perspectives of development

  • Ìà Intszjun
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    The central region of the Eurasian continent including Xinjiang of China, central and western parts of Siberia, and also adjoining areas of Mongolia and five countries of Central Asia, is allocated with riches and a variety of the resources and specific features of the environment. It is one of the most perspective regions for development in the world. Subregional cooperation on the Eurasian continent develops thanks to the modern «Silk way». This Second Eurasian Continental Way is not only trading transition, but also a corridor of economic cooperation with quite wide prospects of development. Last years the countries located along the given route have carried out a number of cooperation projects in the areas of communication means development, telecommunication, trade, tourism, intellectual resources, agriculture, developing of power resources, minerals, environment studying etc. The reached results have laid the foundation for expansion of regional economic cooperation. SCO has entered the new period of widespread cooperation, the basic attention in which is given to an all-around development of regional economic relations. Subregional cooperation in the Central region of the Eurasian continent will promote active development of this region. As the basic recommendations the article offers: 1) to develop a cooperation infrastructure; 2) to provide necessary conditions for investments and trade; 3) to pay due attention to protection of resources and environment; 4) to improve preparation of intellectual staff; 5) to use various sources of means for development.

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    This chapter was published in: Ìà Intszjun Euroasian international cooperation: the model and perspectives of development, , chapter 1, pages 169-174, 2009.
    This item is provided by Centre for Economic Security, Institute of Economics of Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences in its series Euroasian international cooperation: the model and perspectives of development with number art18.
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