So, from July 1, 2010 came into force on the Customs Union, which was mentioned for many years. What he gave us, ordinary traders. Well, firstly there is no need to manufacture cargo customs declaration (CCD), with 18 August 2010 abolished the Certificate of Origin for the goods on Form CT-1, the manufacture of which there are many problems to the Customs Union. In the accompanying documents is desirable to specify hs codes for each product thus facilitating the passage of goods through the customs post. If the goods are imported, must attach a copy of the cargo customs declaration for imported goods, and of course to indicate on the invoice and the country of origin number of the ccd. Otherwise, no changes are observed.
As before, the goods sold for export to from Russia should be sold at a zero rate of vat, and therefore the need for the tax office this fact confirm the sale by providing a tax authority for payment of indirect taxes, which you, as a supplier of goods, must provide your partner. Did not confirm the sale of goods at zero vat rate for 180 days, a Russian supplier will have to pay this vat to the State of his own pocket, so you can stay, not only without a profit, but to go into a big minus. Summing up some, we can confidently say that the main problems in the long run with the confirmation and the export vat refund, remained. Therefore, those Russian companies that previously did not sell their products for exports to , probably not will do so in the future. Only correct in this case the output is the sale of goods not directly but through their export agent. The idea is that a firm agent takes care of all legal formalities settlement of tax and customs procedures..