Businessmen from EEU countries to be exempt from paperwork at customs posts
Astana, Kazakhstan, May 22
By Daniyar Mukhtarov - Trend:
Businessmen from the Eurasian Economic Union member-states will be exempt from paperwork at customs posts, member of the economics and financial policy board at the Eurasian Economic Commission Vladimir Goshin said at a business congress "Towards the Eurasian Economic Union" as part of the seventh Astana Economic Forum on May 21.
"We want to meet the demands of business and state bodies, including customs and tax," he said. "This means the use of electronic technologies. We agreed that the paper declaration will be used in extreme cases."
"The parties agreed to submit only one declaration at customs posts," he added.
"Thus, no other documents, namely, bills for the goods, invoices will be submitted if it is not required by a risk analysis system," he added.
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