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October 31 2018

Far East Customs Accepts Future Challenges

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Far East Customs Accepts Future Challenges

Far Eastern business took part in the International Customs Forum, writes RIA "Vostok-Media".
Representatives of Far Eastern companies from Anadyr, Vladivostok, Magadan, Neryungri and Khabarovsk took part in the International Customs Forum in Moscow. The customs authorities of the Far East were represented by the head of the Far Eastern Customs Administration, Yuri Ladygin, and the heads of customs posts in the Far Eastern region.
The head of the Russian customs service, Vladimir Bulavin, gave a presentation at the meeting “The Customs of the Future is Created Today.” He noted that the basis for the development strategy of the customs service (“Strategies - 2030”) will be four blocks: information interaction with foreign partners at the stage of movement of goods from the manufacturer to the border, exchange of data to control the movement of goods from the border to the consumer, development of the infrastructure of customs authorities, establishment of communication between declarants and electronic declaration centers.
For the time being, the customs of Russia is working on the prompt resolution of issues arising from merchants to electronic customs. The plans include the creation of a single hotline, the expansion of the functionality of advisory councils at regional customs departments, the development of an Expert Advisory Council.
At the session “New Customs Legislation: First Results and Future Perspectives”, the relevant instruments of interaction between business and the state, reflected in the updated system of regulatory documents: the Customs Code of the EAEU and the Federal Law “On Customs Regulation in the Russian Federation”, were discussed.
In particular, the issues of business support were considered by transferring business processes to electronic format, creating conditions for equal and fair competition, minimizing the costs of traders, while improving the efficiency of customs control and reducing fiscal risks for the country's budget.
At one of the meetings, issues of interaction between the FCS of Russia and the Main Customs Administration of China in the context of constantly changing market conditions and the increase in trade volumes were discussed. Representatives of the Russian and Chinese sides discussed the use of new technologies, the acceleration of customs operations while maintaining effective control, the implementation of joint projects and other topics.
Head of the Far Eastern Customs Administration, Yuri Ladygin, assessing the past forum, noted his rich business program. At the round tables and sessions, the customs officers were able to discuss topical issues in the development of foreign economic activity, improvement of customs administration, measures of state support for foreign economic activity participants and other topics with government and business representatives.
An open dialogue with the participants of the forum helped to better understand the pressing problems of business, to hear opinions and proposals on the changes taking place in the customs authorities related to digitalization.
All this will contribute to the intensification of business activities, the development of international regional cooperation of customs services and the attraction of investors.

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