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Резюмируя, отметим, что решение о направленности тех или иных интеграционных процессов на территории стран СНГ, в том числе в рамках ЕЭП, должно приниматься с учетом сравнительного анализа макроэкономических и финансовых показателей, большая часть из которых была рассмотрена авторами. При этом перечень этих показателей должен быть сформирован с учетом мирового опыта и особенностей экономики стран Содружества. Это позволит снизить масштабы отличий экономики стран друг от друга на момент создания валютного союза, если таковое решение будет принято, и минимизировать издержки, необходимые для поддержания достигнутой сбалансированности экономических параметров при воздействии на экономику негативных возмущений. В частности, по мнению авторов, перечень согласованных в рамках ЕЭП основных макроэкономических показателей и их целевые значения должны быть обоснованы и при необходимости скорректированы, а не заимствованы из нормативных документов Европейского валютного союза.

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