– provides national companies with greater access to global markets for machinery and equipment, technology and information, capital, mineral resources and raw materials and transport communication. The most favourable trade and political regimes with foreign countries and their commercial and economic actors, organisations and trade unions should be achieved, as should the elimination of existing and potential constraints. – the influence of environmental legislation on world trade, in particular on trade in agricultural products. – a national assessment of the environmental impact of trade policy should be carried out before WTO accession, in order to ensure adequate protection of national natural resources. Unveil the trade barriers used by Tajikistan`s trading partners for Tajik products by examining and analyzing the various commodity markets, and begin by lifting the restrictions. The free trade agreement proposed by the Commonwealth of Independent States since the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991 was signed on 18 October 2011 by Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Moldova and Armenia. [1] The agreement replaces existing bilateral and multilateral free trade agreements between countries. The treaty was originally ratified only by Russia, Belarus and Ukraine[3] [3], but by the end of 2012 Kazakhstan, Armenia and Moldova had also completed ratification. [4] [5] In December 2013, Uzbekistan signed and ratified the treaty[6] [7], while the other two signatories, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, ratified the treaty in January 2014 and December 2015, respectively. [8] [9] Azerbaijan is the only CIS member state not to participate in the free trade area. Develop a clear approach to the evolution of Tajikistan`s foreign trade and support for certain sectors and economic sectors.

Existing programs are more general in nature and focus on unlimited sources of funding. The current legal mechanism in the WTO to resolve trade disputes between WTO members is extremely complex and legal procedures require considerable financial resources. This will create additional challenges in promoting the national and public interests of developing and less developed countries. Tajik`s energy system has permanently unused capacity: the average capacity of its power generation units is 3,500 hours per year if the total number of hours per calendar year is 8760. Today, Tajikistan receives up to $250,000 a month for frequency regulation, although it does not have sufficient access to the energy market of neighbouring countries.