Integrational law and supernational associations
Pustovalov E.V. —
Mechanisms of removing the barriers and limitations impeding functionality of Single Services Market of the EAEU
// International Law.
– 2020. – ¹ 1.
– P. 1 - 9.
DOI: 10.25136/2644-5514.2020.1.31494 URL: https://en. nbpublish.com/library_read_article.php?id=31494
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The subject of this research is the process of establishment of the regime of Single Services Market of the EAEU, taking into account the approved algorithms with regards to the plans for liberalization of services marker by separate sectors, as well as prescribed by the law of the Union mechanisms of maintaining such regime that would allow removing barriers and limitations impeding its functionality. The author particularly examines the removal of barriers pertaining to trade in services via realization of the pacta sunt servanda principle; direct and indirect application of law of the Union by the national courts; work of the Court of the Eurasian Economic Union; development and implementation of the specialized mechanism of removing barriers and limitations impeding functionality of the Single Services Market. The research result consists in systematization of mechanisms that might be used to ensure compliance with the regime of Single Services Market. The author formulates recommendations on concluding the international agreement within the framework of EAEU, focused on regulation of administrative cooperation of the competent agencies of the member-states in terms of separate sectors of services, as well as regulation of the work of special commission authorized to consider requests of the services market participants, and deliver the binding for EAEU member-states decisions.
barrier, integration association, integration, Eurasian Economic Union, single market, liberalization of market, EAEU, restriction, national treatment, trade in services
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