The Council of the Eurasian Economic Commission has expanded the list of goods that can be declared for release before a customs declaration is submitted. This was announced by EEC official Iya Malkina at a briefing after the meeting.
The simplified procedure will apply to items used in the production of socially important goods and critical for the EEU economies. This includes goods for food production, light industry, electronics and others.
She noted that the release of goods before the declaration allows for a shorter period of time between importation and sale or use in production.
The EEC Council decision will enter into force 10 calendar days from the date of its official publication.