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Vietnam asks Russia to promptly sign an agreement on the control of food safety for its exports to the Russian market, said the chairman of the National Assembly of Vietnam, Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan
"We very much hope for your support in order to quickly sign an agreement on food safety control to export agricultural products and seafood to your market," she said at a meeting with Federation Council Speaker Valentina Matvienko on the fields of the Ministry of Railways.
Noting that Vietnam highly appreciates the work of joint Russian-Vietnamese enterprises in the field of energy and oil and gas industry, Thi Kim Ngan expressed interest in Russia's participation in the construction projects in Vietnam of railways and subways in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh.
"Also, Vietnam is ready to assist in the creation of joint ventures with Russia to manufacture and assemble cars," the Vietnamese parliamentarian said, noting that the matter concerns the production of cars from Russian components in Vietnam.

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Thanks to the zeroing of customs duties on knitted fabrics and viscose fibers in 2018, the price of clothing made in Russia is expected to decline. As Izvestia was told in the press service of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, measures of customs policy will lower the cost of clothing, will saturate the domestic market with raw materials for certain light industry industries and increase the share of domestic products in the domestic market. According to experts, next year the price of clothing may fall by 10%
Since 1 September 2017, the Eurasian Economic Commission (ECE) has canceled for one year the customs duty for the import of knitted fabrics for manual or machine knitting. According to the decision of the ECE, from 2 January 2018, the zero import duty on certain artificial viscose fibers will come into effect - this will be until the end of 2019.
- Reducing duties on raw materials will reduce the cost of finished products, thereby increasing their competitiveness, - told the press service of the Ministry of Industry and Trade. - In the future, the issue of tariff policy and in relation to synthetic textiles will be considered.
Now, according to industry representatives, up to 70% of the required light raw materials industry is imported. Knitted fabrics and viscose fibers on the territory of Russia produced very little. At present, in Russia, the rate of the import customs duty at the level of 0% only on tanned leather is kept on an ongoing basis.
Professor of the Russian Humanitarian University Alexei Skopin predicts that the zeroing of duties on raw materials can reduce in 2018 the cost of clothing produced in Russia by 10%.
Vice-president of the Unionlegprom Nadezhda Samoilenko said that the introduction of zero duty on viscose fibers is due, on the one hand, to the growing domestic demand for them, and on the other hand, to small volumes of their production in the country.
- The zeroing of the duty will lower the final price of these products for the processors. At the same time, a number of projects on the development of import substitution in this sector of the light industry in the EAEC are being finalized. And the beginning of their implementation is just planned for 2019 year, on the eve of the termination of the zero-duty. A similar situation with production trends and the dynamics of import taxes on knitted fabrics, - said Samoylenko.
According to her, during the period of zero-tariff duties, the domestic market will not be short of such raw materials and products of their processing.
- The prices for raw materials will decrease in this period, which, in turn, will help to keep the cost of finished products more expensive, - said Nadezhda Samoylenko. - But the price ranges in these sectors depend on the off-branch factors, and the most important among them is the exchange rate.
President of the Association of Children's Goods Industry Enterprises Antonina Tsitsulina is sure that the prices for a number of textile products will be stable due to lower costs.
- This is unambiguous, which can not be said about the price reduction, which is unpredictable. As, for example, fuel can rise in price and zero duties will not help in any way. Nevertheless, the effect of innovation will be felt throughout the entire production chain, Tsitsulina believes. - For example, earlier duties on raw materials for making diapers (and we have many localized productions) were canceled, and the prices for them are not changing now.
As Izvestia previously reported, the Ministry of Agriculture was concerned about the lack of domestic raw materials for the production of light industry goods. The Office instructed profile departments to prepare proposals for changing the state support measures for agriculture.
According to the Federal State Statistics Service, the prices for clothes and linen in January-September compared to the same period last year increased by 5,3%.

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Mutual sanctions of the EU and the Russian Federation have led to a significant reduction in the exports of European companies. This is stated in the report of the Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO), which is published on the organization's website
"According to WIFO estimates, exports from the EU to Russia because of sanctions decreased by 10,7% in 2014-2016, which is about € 30 billion," the report said. In percentage terms, the largest losses were suffered by Cypriot companies - minus 34,5%, Greek - 23,2%, and Croatian - minus 21%.
Exports from Germany declined due to sanctions for the reporting period by 13,4%, which is € 11,1 billion. For € 3 billion lost Polish and British enterprises.
In general, exports were also declining under the influence of other factors, for example, the economic downturn in the Russian Federation. In general, this indicator decreased from € 120 billion in 2013 to € 72 billion in 2016, according to the report.
Thus, Russia has fallen one position in the list of key EU trade partners and ranks fifth after the United States, Switzerland, China and Turkey, experts say WIFO.

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Saudi Arabia is interested in importing meat from the Russian Federation, hypothetically the cost of Russian meat supplies could reach $ 1 billion.
This was stated by the chairman of the Council of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Ahmed al-Raji, as part of an expanded meeting of the Russian-Saudi business council, Tass reports.
"I would like to draw attention to the issue of meat: Saudi Arabia imports meat for $ 20 billion every year. Russia has very great potential in this matter," he said.
According to the chairman of the Council of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Saudi Arabia, now this country imports "a large amount of meat from Australia and New Zealand." "Fly us to them 14 hours, to Moscow - 4-5 hours," he explained. "There is a lot of interest in attracting suppliers from the Russian Federation in this matter (suppliers - TASS commentary) from the Russian Federation, for starters, I think if we take the market in $ 1 billion - this will be a good start," Ahmed al-Raji summed up.

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The Russian government made "smart" watches in the list of items subject to collection from importers of electronics - the so-called tax on discs in the amount of 1% of the cost of equipment. The corresponding decision is published on the official Internet portal of legal information. The Resolution comes into force six months after its publication
Deductions are made from mobile phones, video cameras, computers and laptops, flash drives, as well as DVD-players and drives to them. The collection is received by the Russian Union of Rightholders, headed by Nikita Mikhalkov. With the initiative to introduce "smart" watches into the list of electronics, which is subject to this collection, the Ministry of Culture of Russia made a speech. This was explained by the fact that the "smart" clock reproduces music and video.

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The duty on oil exports from Russia is rising from 1 October. According to the estimates of the Ministry of Finance, the amount of the duty will now reach $ 87,9 per ton, which is $ 3,8 higher than the September rate ($ 84,1 per tonne). The export duty on high-viscosity oil increased from $ 12,9 to $ 13,6 per ton. The duty on light oil products and oils increased from $ 25,2 to $ 26,3, to dark ones - from $ 84,1 with $ 87,9 per ton. The preferential duty rate for oil from Eastern Siberia, Caspian fields and Prirazlomnoye field remains zero.
At the end of September, the ministerial committee of OPEC + discussed the export data of oil producing countries under the agreement on limiting production to stabilize prices. According to Venezuelan Energy Minister Eulochio Del Pino, "it is very important to look at how exports are correlated with production." Following the meeting, the head of the Ministry of Energy of Russia Alexander Novak said that for eight months of the year 2017 the parties fulfilled their obligations by 99%, which, he said, is "an unprecedentedly high level."

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From 1 January 2018 at 15%, the utilization charge for wheeled and self-propelled vehicles manufactured in Russia and imported into our country can grow. This is stated in an explanatory note to the draft federal budget for 2018-2020. Vedomosti got acquainted with the document. This will bring an additional 2018 billion rubles to the federal budget in 28.
The government of 18 September has already approved the draft budget prepared by the Ministry of Finance, while Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev instructed the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Economic Development to finalize the document for the next submission to the Duma by September 22.
The total receipts of the utilization charge to the federal budget in 2018 should grow by 58,4 billion rubles. up to 223,4 billion, in 2019 - up to 259,8 billion, in 2020 - up to 267,9 billion rubles. In addition to indexing, these figures take into account the forecast for growth in production and imports of vehicles and the introduction of a fee for 2019 from the means of production of heavy and power engineering at the ad valorem rate of 7%, the explanatory note says.
The utilization charge was introduced in 2012 at the same time as Russia joined the WTO and reduced import duties on cars. The base rate for cars is 20 000 rub., For trucks and buses - 150 000 rub., Coefficients are also used depending on the parameters of the machines. At first the collection was paid only by importers, and local factories could take obligations on recycling. After criticism from the European Union with 2014, the collection began to pay everything. But almost all Russian car assembly plants receive subsidies comparable to charges.
In 2016, the government indexed the utilization rate for 65%, referring to the weakening of the ruble. The main reason for the previous and anticipated new indexation is the desire to protect the car industry, represented by domestic and foreign brands, from the reduction of import duties on cars, provided for by the terms of entry into the WTO, employees of the two automotive concerns explain. The next decrease in these rates occurred in September 2017: for cars, for example, they fell from 23 to 20%, in a year they will reach 17%, and in 2019 the final value will reach 15%.
Now, for a new car with an 1-2 engine, you need to pay 44 200 rub., With an 2-3 engine l - 84 400 rub., One of the interlocutors says. Expenses for heavy trucks exceed 400 000 rubles., Adds an employee of another automaker.
If the system of industrial subsidies is maintained, the indexation of the collection will not affect the prices of most cars produced in Russia. But the imported equipment will rise in price and released without agreements on industrial assembly, employees of two automakers consider. In their view, the indexation of the collection will also lead to an even lower decline in the import of cars, which has already fallen by 2012 almost 2016 since 5, due to the development of local production, the weakening of the ruble and the reduction in car sales. According to an employee of another auto concern, imports in 2018 will gradually win back the drop caused by the indexation of the utilization charge, as consumers become accustomed to new prices and provided a stable ruble rate. "Indexing to 15%, of course, is an unpleasant measure, but not radical," he notes.
"We are aware of these plans and will be ready to work in new conditions," said only a representative of AvtoVAZ. Representatives of other automakers did not answer the questions or refused to comment.
However, there is a chance that the fee will not be raised. Against indexation is the Ministry of Economic Development, says a ministry spokesman. He did not disclose the reasons. One of the federal officials explained that the Ministry of Economic Development considers the size of the recycling collection as unjustified and unconfirmed calculations. The Ministry of Economic Development is ready to discuss the issue of indexing the recycling fee when the financial and economic justification of the initiative is provided, the interlocutor adds. Representatives of the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance did not answer the questions.
Indexing, though taken into account by the Ministry of Finance in the revenue side of the draft budget, is not such a big source of income as, for example, excises, and the ministry can use this initiative as an element of bargaining on other issues and eventually abandon it or, for example, reduce the size of indexation , commented Alexander Suslin of the Economic Expert Group.

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22 September 2017 held a panel of the Federal Customs Service, which discussed the centralized accounting of customs and other payments administered by customs authorities and the fight against crimes in the customs sphere
Introduced a year ago, the centralization of accounting for payments provided an opportunity for the declarant to use the money paid by him, regardless of the customs authority that submitted the customs declaration. This significantly reduced the time for conducting customs operations and made it more convenient to pay customs fees for participants in foreign economic activity, - was noted at the board of the FCS of Russia.
The technology of centralizing the accounting of payments within the single payer account has been introduced in all customs authorities since October of the year 2016.
The main operations for accounting for payments are made centrally at the level of the FCS of Russia. The information on the funds of payers, received from the Federal Treasury, is immediately reflected on unified personal accounts and becomes available for its use when performing customs operations in any customs authority.
Using this technology, the payer has the opportunity to use any means of payment for customs payments, including electronic "online" payment technologies, including remote payment from the workplace from his office.
Transition to the administration of funds through unified personal accounts is carried out on the basis of applications of payers. A year after the introduction, the technology of centralizing the accounting of customs and other payments is used by about 2 500 of legal entities registered in all federal districts of Russia.
Taking into account the positive result of the measures already taken to centralize payments at the level of the FCS of Russia, further measures to improve this technology were also discussed at the FCS board.
Members of the board of the FCS of Russia discussed the results of the investigation of criminal cases on crimes in the sphere of foreign economic activity.
Special attention was paid to the interdepartmental interaction of the organization of work for the compensation of damage caused by crimes. As a result of the measures taken by the FCS of Russia in comparison with 2015, the amount of damages paid to 2016 increased by 3 times and amounted to 766 million rubles. According to the results of the first half of the year 2017, more than 224 million rubles were reimbursed.
Prospective directions of perfection of information support of law enforcement activity of customs bodies are determined. The software complex available at the FCS of Russia already today allows real-time information on reports of crimes and criminal cases, crediting and writing off money received from suspects or accused in the order of Article 76.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation as a twofold compensation for damage caused by a crime unpaid customs payments). According to this article of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, more than 150 million rubles have been transferred to the federal budget.
In recent years, the results of the activities of customs authorities in the investigation of criminal cases for a number of crimes are characterized by the following trends.
According to articles 193 and 193.1 of the Criminal Code relating to the non-return of funds or their transfer to forged documents, 2015 criminal cases were instituted in 258 year, 2016 criminal cases in 312 year, 2017 criminal cases in the first half of the year 163.
According to articles 173.1 and 173.2 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation concerning the illegal formation of legal entities, 2015 criminal cases were instituted in 19 year, 2016 criminal cases were initiated in 274 year, 2017 criminal cases in the first half of the year 175.
According to Article 226.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, the share of cases involving the smuggling of strategically important goods and resources is increasing: 2015 criminal cases were initiated in 222, 2016 criminal cases in 324, and 2017 criminal cases in the first half of 308.

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Starting 21 September 2017, the customs authorities will start issuing customs receipts in electronic form. Information on their issuance will be available in the "Personal account of a participant in foreign trade activities" on the website of the FCS of Russia
On this day, the order of the Ministry of Finance of Russia on 9 June 2017 No. 86n "On the approval of the form of the customs receipt, the procedure for filling in and using the customs receipt, as well as the procedure for informing the payers of customs duties, taxes and (or) other persons providing security for customs duties, taxes, on the registration of a customs receipt. " This document provides for the registration of a customs receipt in the form of an electronic document.
The simplification of the application of customs receipts will be noticed by a wide range of persons carrying out the movement of goods across the customs border, as security is provided by both organizations and individuals. Over 8 months 2017 year issued more than 75 thousand custom receipts. The customs receipt is applied when accepting the security of payment of customs payments when conducting an additional inspection of information about the goods, transportation of goods, conditional release and in a number of other cases.
Innovation will shorten the time for the adoption of security and the formation of a customs receipt, as well as reduce the costs of traders. Now the payer will not need to come to the customs post to receive a customs receipt, but at his request the customs post can form a copy of the customs receipt on paper.
When transferring a customs receipt to an electronic form, the form of this document is simplified and an automated procedure for transferring electronic information about a customs receipt to the payer is provided. Such information can be obtained by participants in foreign economic activity in their "Personal account of a participant in foreign trade activities", which is accessed through the official site of the Federal Customs Service of Russia (customs.ru).

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The prospects of development of the logistics infrastructure, the transformation of "Russian Post" into a modern digital company were discussed. From the transcript: Dmitry Medvedev's meeting with the General Director of the "Mail of Russia" Nikolai Podguzov. Medvedev: You, I hope, have completely entered the working rhythm. The organization you lead is really the largest Russian state company that solves the most important tasks related to the provision of communication services. The company is complex, developing, at the same time, of course, its activity is closely monitored by a huge number of our citizens who use the services of the "Post of Russia" - these are postal items and some other types of services that are mailed in cities and in rural settlements. And often there are claims related to the quality of services for the delivery of postal and parcel mail. Delays in delivery or any losses that also happen, all this is known, all this becomes public, people write about it, they turn, I am sure, to you and to the Government. What are you going to do as the new head of the company, our largest postal operator, to improve, as it is called, the logistical capabilities of the "Russian Post", or, more simply, that all postal items (all parcels, other types of postal items) on time and in the proper condition was given to those to whom they are directed? N.Podguzov: Dmitry Anatolyevich, indeed, I am actively entering the course of the last two months, I entered. More than ten regional trips, meetings with governors, directors of branches of "Post of Russia", with simple postmen and operators. People in the "Post of Russia" in the overwhelming majority - people who are not indifferent and are ill for the results. This is very important. 2017 year is characterized by a growing volume of postal items with commodity investments. This year, we are preparing to process about 620 million of such shipments against 475 million last year. Now we are actively introducing new sorting capacities, modernizing old ones, purchasing more than a thousand of domestic cars - such as UAZ, Lada, and GAZ - for the delivery of shipments. The tasks before us are complex, but we will certainly cope, and these are operational tasks. But, of course, we need to think about development, about the transformation of the "Russian Post" into a modern digital company. And here we are talking about building a smart digital logistics and IT ecosystem. Without this, in my opinion, it is impossible to fulfill the tasks of providing postal services on the whole territory of our country qualitatively, to increase labor productivity and, through it, to ensure a high or decent level of payment for the employees of the enterprise. I would like to dwell on the development of the logistics infrastructure. D.Medvedev: It is clear that mail in any country, and in Russia in particular, plays a very important role. And if in small countries competition is provided here, different companies participate in solving these problems, because of the scale of our country in a number of localities, your potential competitors (although competition is good, of course) can not even reach. And so this special mission of mail, connected with the delivery of postal and telegraph correspondence, postal items, will still remain in the historical perspective. Even despite the digitalization of services, despite the fact that people make a lot of purchases, for example, without leaving home, it must be delivered to the addressee. I'm saying this, that the tasks you mentioned are indeed very important in the future and, of course, the assessments, which in this case depend on the activities of the entire staff of your organization, will depend on their successful resolution. And the team is really big here and very well-coordinated.

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Fish importers received explanations from the FCS of Russia that the currently available authorization documents for the purposes of customs clearance will remain in effect for the period specified in them until September of the year 2019
According to the transitional provisions to the new technical regulations, the documents on the assessment of compliance with the mandatory requirements of fish and fish products issued prior to 1 September 2017 are valid until the end of their validity term (but not later than 1 September 2019).
Explanations are given in connection with the entry into force of the new technical regulation of the EAPS from 1 September 2017 and the questions that have arisen with Russian importers of fish and fish products. The information is available on the official website of the FCS of Russia.
From 1 September, 2017, the Technical Regulations of the Eurasian Economic Union "On the Safety of Fish and Fishery Products" (TP of the EEMPP 040 / 2016) entered into force, approved by the Decision of the Council of the Eurasian Economic Commission of 18.10.2016 No. 162. The text is available on the official website of the Eurasian Economic Commission (www.eurasioncommission.org) in the section "Technical regulation" - subsection "Technical regulation and accreditation department" - "Technical regulation and standardization" - "Technical regulations adopted".
Questions from participants in foreign trade activities were caused by the provision of this technical regulation, which states that from the date of entry into force of the technical regulations, the issuance or acceptance of documents for assessing the conformity of products to mandatory requirements previously established by acts falling under the law of the Union or the laws of a member state of the Union is not allowed .
The FCS of Russia draws the attention of the participants of the foreign trade activities to the fact that by the decision of the Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission 24.04.2017 No. 40 transitional provisions were established to the TRP of the EAEC 040 / 2016. In particular, the transitional provisions provide for the following:
1) documents on the assessment of compliance with mandatory requirements established by acts that are part of the law of the Union or the laws of a Member State issued or taken in respect of products subject to technical regulation of the TRP of the EAEC 040 / 2016 until the day of entry into force of the technical regulations are valid before the end of their validity, but not later than 1 September 2019 year;
2) until 1 March 2019 year production and release are allowed
on the territories of the Member States of the Union of Products that were not subject to compulsory assessment of compliance with mandatory requirements established by the acts included in the law of the Union or by the legislation of a Member State without the documents on mandatory conformity assessment of products and without marking with a national symbol conformity (mark of circulation on the market);
3) until 1 September 2019 year production and issue in circulation in the territories of the Member States of the Union are allowed in accordance with mandatory requirements, previously established acts that are part of the law of the Union, or legislation of the Member State, if there are documents on assessing the conformity of products to the said mandatory requirements issued or adopted before the day of entry into force of the technical regulations.

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The development of exports to the Far East is hampered by the state of the checkpoints. Now from 80, working in the region, only eight are ready to work around the clock. This problem is especially urgent for the Primorsky Territory, First Deputy Head of the Far Eastern Customs Administration Sergey Fyodorov told Primorskaya Gazeta.
Effective operation of the Free Port of Vladivostok at the moment is hampered by the state of checkpoints. Only eight of the Far Eastern 80 can pass loads in a round-the-clock mode. Especially, it concerns the land border: despite a number of simplified customs procedures, the points themselves are not able to skip the volume of cargo that the Free Port regime assumes.
However, according to the first deputy head of DVTU Sergey Fedorov, Rosgranitsa and customs are taking a number of steps to solve the problem.
- This year we have reconstructed a number of checkpoints, among them - Zarubino and Vladivostok seaport. Now most of the shipments arriving and departing by sea are mostly made out at night. The land border still does not reach the initially stated standards of work, - said Sergey Fedorov.
In addition to the reconstruction of checkpoints, customs officers have simplified a number of procedures. In particular, now only six documents are required for processing export cargo.
- Now the process takes about one minute. Such a decision helped to increase the number of missed goods, - says the expert.

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The Far Eastern Grain Terminal company, which is implementing an investment project in the seaport of Zarubino, today signed an agreement with the administrations of the Khasansky district and the Zarubinsky urban settlement.
"At the seashore, on the site of the construction of the construction site of the future specialized grain terminal in the seaport of Zarubino, an agreement signing ceremony has just been held. We have achieved full understanding and support in the administrations of the district and settlement. Our plans for the implementation of the project are in accordance with the schedule. Now the project documentation is being issued. Everything goes according to plan, "commented Natalya Korshunova, General Director of LLC" Far Eastern Grain Terminal ".

Note that today, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed an order to expand the port of Zarubino.
The port is planned to build a terminal for transshipment of grain cargo (wheat, corn and soybeans) with a design capacity of 33,5 million tons of grain per year. The terminal will be designed for reception and handling of vessels with cargo capacity up to 91 300 t. The project is realized at the expense of investor funds - United Grain Company JSC and its subsidiary LLC Far Eastern Grain Terminal.
The new terminal will be built on the territory located northeast of the existing borders of the port along the shoreline of the Trinity bay. The construction of the terminal provides for the creation of an artificial land plot.
It is planned that by the year of 2030 the design capacity of the grain terminal will be gradually increased to 33,5 million tons per year. The terminal will consist of five berths, a warehouse, a railway front, a road front and conveyors. The terminal will be designed for reception and handling of vessels with load capacity up to 91 300 t.
The decision is aimed at developing the port infrastructure of Primorsky Krai, will create new jobs in the region.
As noted by the Minister of the Russian Federation for the Development of the Far East, Alexander Galushka, the project for the construction of a specialized grain terminal in the seaport of Zarubino entered the list of applications selected for inclusion in the state program of the Russian Federation "Socio-economic development of the Far East and the Baikal Region".

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