We support the decision of the Kyrgyz Republic to join the Customs Union and, of course, the common economic space.
What does CES stand for?
CES stands for Common Economic Space (various nations)
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We have 562 other meanings of CES in our Acronym Attic
- Code Enabling Switch
- Cognitive Environment Simulator
- Cohen Elementary School
- Collège d'Enseignement Secondaire (France)
- Collège des Économistes de La Santé (Paris, France)
- College of Extended Studies (San Diego University; San Diego, CA)
- Colleyville Elementary School
- Columbia Elementary School
- Comitato Economico e Sociale (Italian: Economic and Social Committee)
- Commander's Estimate of the Situation
- Common Equipment Suite
- Communications Equipment String
- Communications Security Establishment (Canadia)
- Community-Engaged Scholarship
- Comparative Education Society (now Comparative and International Education Society)
- Complete Equipment Schedule
- Comprehensive Engineering Services, Inc (Orlando, FL)
- Computational Engineering Science
- Computer Election Systems
- Computer Electronics Show
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to Putin's idea the new alliance is to be based on the Common Economic Space between Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan kicking off on January 1, 2011, reminded Russian political scientist Dmitry Orlov, as cited by the Kommersant daily.
Talks also featured high on the Lebanese-Iranian ties and the means to boost cooperation especially in the scientific and technical fields with view of creating a common economic space.
Russia confirms it could lift customs duties on crude after creation of Common Economic Space is formalized.
The creation of the Common Economic Space and Customs Union with CIS neighbours and its participation work with the Asia Pacific Co-operation Forum were preparatory for Russia entering the World Trade Organisation and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and for a resurgent interaction with the European Union.
In Europe proper, a union between Russia and the European Union should be founded, based on a common economic space, a common energy space -- with cross-ownership of companies that produce, transport, and distribute energy -- and a common human space that would be visa-free and include coordinated Russian and EU international policies.