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Black Sea and Central Asia

Promoting Work and Well-Being

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This book analyses the opportunities and conditions of employment throughout the Black Sea region and Central Asia. It examines how different countries deal with social issues affecting well-being. It presents, thus, both a country-based view and a whole-region analysis that will be useful for policy makers and civil society in responding to the challenges ahead. Countries covered include Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.

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Integration into the Global Economy

OECD Development Centre

Table 2.1 shows the bilateral trade flows (exports plus imports) among the BSEC-CA countries in the period 2001-06 as a share of each country’s total trade. The focus of the following trade flow analysis is on trade among the BSEC-CA countries, but mention is also made of trade with the European Union, China and the developing world. For most of the BSEC-CA countries, the European Union is the main trade partner, and for the six non-CIS countries, the European Union accounts for over half of all trade. Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia mostly export to and import from developing countries; the reverse is true of Albania and Serbia.

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