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Ussuriysk customs transferred 2,6 billion rubles to the federal budget

In the third quarter of 2014, Ussuri customs transferred more than 2 billion 602 million rubles to the federal budget, the customs press service reported. Since the beginning of the year, the Ussuri Customs has replenished the federal budget by more than seven billion rubles.

Foreign trade through customs in the first nine months of 2014 amounted to almost 795 million US dollars, while cargo turnover reached 1,5 million tons.

This year, 466 participants in foreign trade carried out foreign trade operations with 16 countries of the world, from which goods were exported to nine countries and imported from nine countries. The main counteragent countries are the countries of the Asia-Pacific region. The main share of export-import operations falls on the People's Republic of China.

Forest and lumber, ore concentrates, boric acid and borates, alloys and non-ferrous metal products occupy a large part in the nomenclature of exported goods. The main structure of imports consists of vegetables and fruits, household goods, building materials, shoes, clothing.

An important task facing customs at the present time is to combat corruption, crime and administrative violations. Work is underway to curb the illegal movement across the customs border of the Customs Union of consumer goods, cash, forests and timber, narcotic drugs and potent substances, flora and fauna objects, aquatic biological resources, etc. Since the beginning of 2014, the Ussuri customs have initiated 1041 administrative proceedings and 47 criminal cases.

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