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National Interests: Priorities and Security

Development of international trade of the European Union and mechanisms of partner countries’ interaction in the domestic market

Vol. 18, Iss. 4, APRIL 2022

Received: 2 February 2022

Received in revised form: 4 March 2022

Accepted: 19 March 2022

Available online: 15 April 2022


JEL Classification: F01, F02, F15

Pages: 785–804


Tat'yana S. MALAKHOVA Kuban State University (KubSU), Krasnodar, Krasnodar Krai, Russian Federation


Subject. The article considers international trade in the European Union countries in the face of external challenges and threats.
Objectives. The purpose is to assess the international trade of the European Union, analyze programs and mechanisms of interaction with partner countries in the internal market.
Methods. The study draws on historical-logical and dialectical principles, and employs method of scientific abstraction.
Results. I explored trends in the total exports of the European Union countries for 2019–2021, defined the share of the countries of this integration group in world exports and imports in 2016–2021, compiled a forecast of economic indicators for the near future.
Conclusions. When implementing the Single Market Program, economic entities will seek sustainable growth, increase jobs, and this will lead to strengthening the position of partner countries in the internal market and beyond.

Keywords: integration group, European Union, export, balance, Single Market Programme


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