Aya Group International is one of the largest export and import companies founded in 1998. It is one of the unique international trading companies that have been in this field for more than a decade and has strengthened its relationship with the producers and major dealers in the international market .
The Company’s main objective is to achieve a consolidated effort to achieve a work triangle, quality, efficiency and timeliness and economic cost.
We are experts in the support of your needs whatever and wherever you are. We invest time and effort to support our customers with the best products and services at the lowest cost possible.
Eya Group International has gained rich experience in this field as a result of its special care given to its domestic and international clients wound the world.
So, if your business is related to direct or international trading, Eya Group International is ready to be your trading partner.

We’re inviting you to do export and import business in the CIS region. Why?
Economic growth in the CIS region has registered robust growth in recent years, reflecting among others buoyant energy and metals prices and strong domestic demand. Real GDP growth for the region as a whole strengthened from 7.9% in 2003 to 8.4% in 2004.

Strong growth momentum in the largest economies in the region, such as Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, has supported economic activity in other member countries. During 2005, growth momentum was sustained, although at a lower level of 6.5%. During 2006, reflecting high commodity prices and strong export growth, economic activity has picked up, supported by increased domestic demand in major countries such as Russia and Kazakhstan.

Reflecting increased earnings from oil and commodity exports, the current account surplus of the CIS region has risen from 6.3% of GDP in 2003 to 8.1% in 2004, and further to 8.8% of GDP in 2005. For net energy exports such as Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, the current account surplus was a high as 8.7% of GDP in 2004, which increased further to 10.0% of GDP in 2005.

Total exports of the CIS region have risen from US$ 196 bn in 2003 to US$ 268 bn in 2004, and further to US$ 345 bn in 2005. Total imports have also risen from US$ 134 bn in 2003 to US$ 173 bn in 2004, and during 2005 stood at US$ 216 bn. The trade surplus of the region, which stood at US$48.3 bn in 2002, increased to US$ 128.3 bn in 2005.

CIS countries are members of the Economic Cooperation (ECO) region
Most countries in the CIS region are members the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) region consists of 10 member states: Islamic State of Afghanistan, Azerbaijan Republic, Islamic Republic of Iran, Republic of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Republic of Tajikistan, Republic of Turkey, Turkmenistan and Republic of Uzbekistan.
Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO), is an intergovernmental regional organization established in 1985 by Iran, Pakistan and Turkey for the purpose of promoting economic, international trade, technical and cultural cooperation among the member states.
One of the main objectives of ECO (Economic Cooperation Organization) as a regional grouping is to promote International trade within the region and the rest of the world based on the principle of free trade, and to meet the challenges of globalization.
The ECO region is geographically vast and well endowed with potential economic resources in different fields and sectors, such as agriculture and arable land, energy and mining, human resources, and a vast strategic trading region (International trade). With more than 400 million inhabitants, ECO region houses around 6% of the world population, whereas the total foreign trade share of the region in the world trade is about 2%. The intra-export ratio of the region reached around 6% in 2008.
The ECO (Economic Cooperation Organization) region is geographically vast and well endowed with potential economic resources in different fields and sectors, such as agriculture and arable land, energy and mining, human resources, and a vast strategic international trade region.
So, if you’re looking for a new route to expand your business, don’t look further.  There are vast and still unexplored business potentials   in the CIS region.

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