The construction of the greater Eurasia: from people's trust to economies’ trust

08 Jun , 10:50–11:45
Pavilion H, Presentation Area
Eurasian People’s Assembly

The countries of Eurasia are actively applying existing and developing new trade, legal, and technological tools for deepening their economic integration. Successful economic co-operation is based on trust in people. Common social, cultural and scientific perceptions smooth out existing disagreements and form the foundation for mutually-beneficial integration in spheres of common interest. Trust in the national economies of Eurasia manifested through trust in people might trigger creation of economic values, bring them benefits from synergy and become their crucial competitive advantage within the global economy.
What values unite the peoples of Eurasia? How can trust in people make the transition rationally to national economies? What could the institutes of civil society do to create an atmosphere of trust between business and authorities?

Vladimir Salamatov, General Director, International Trade and Integration Research Centre

Andrey Belyaninov, Chairman of the Management Board, Eurasian Development Bank (EDB)
Sergei Glazyev, Advisor to the President of the Russian Federation
Yanina Dubeykovskaya, President, WCFA
Chen Dongxiao, Professor, President, Shanghai Institute of International Studies (China)
Thorsten Jelinek, Director and Senior Fellow at the Taihe International Institute (Germany)
Bernard Lozé, Vice-President, Association Franco-Russian Dialogue
Dalbir Singh, Co-Chairman of the General Council, International Union Eurasian Peoples' Assembly