EEU members- dominants do not let Kyrgyz goods into their markets. The deputy head of the government office of the Kyrgyz Republic Sanzhar Umetaliev told today at "Antitrust regulation in the Eurasian Economic Union" international conference.
According to him, the engine of the economy's development is the existence of a competitive environment. However, Kyrgyzstan, having become a full member of the Eurasian Economic Union, faced a number of problems.
"There are barriers in movement of goods for us. Cross-border markets of EEU should have equal conditions, but they have not. Some participants of the integration take a dominant position, pushing out Kyrgyzstan. Increase in Internet tariffs is an example," Sanzhar Umetaliev told.
Recall, Kazakhstan unreasonably increased Internet tariffs for Kyrgyzstan three times. The parties agreed on fair pricing. However, the Kazakh side has refused to comply with the agreement. Internet providers of Kyrgyzstan are forced to reduce Internet speed or to raise basic tariffs.