Free movement of services in the European Union and in the Eurasian Economic Union. Similarities and differences
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The European Union (EU) and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) are international organizations integrating member states, primarily in the economic field. Both organizations guarantee four economic freedoms: free movement of goods, services, labor, and capital. One of these freedoms: free movement of services is particularly important. It should be noted that within the customs union of the EU and the EAEU the internal customs barriers have been eliminated, and for the exchange of services between these organizations, only the borders between the two unions remain an obstacle. For this reason, legal regulations concerning the free movement of services in the EU and the EAEU determine the opportunities for economic exchange between these organizations.
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