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In Sakhalin Region, customs duties are reduced by 1-20%

Since 1 September 2014, the rates of import and export customs duties on goods that are part of the foreign economic activity of the Sakhalin region are decreasing, Sakhalin Customs reports.

These changes occurred in accordance with the obligations of Russia in the framework of membership in the WTO. New rates of import customs duties approved by the decisions of the Board and the Council of the Eurasian Economic Commission. The decline affected a wide range of products: fish, confectionery, exotic fruits, certain types of fabrics and clothing, as well as equipment characteristic of Sakhalin imports. As for vehicles, tractors, buses, trailers fell under the decline. For various categories of goods rates decreased by 1-20% from the previous ones.

With regard to export products, there was also a decrease in customs duties for certain goods. Including, with respect to many types of fish and seafood - salmon, halibut, flounder, crab, shrimp - from 3,75% to 2,5% of the customs value. In addition, exported timber, mineral resins, bitumen mixtures, metals and other types of goods fell under the decline.

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