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Monitoring of the Federal Legislation dated 14.03.2005

Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 125 of March 12, 2005 on the Amendments to the Customs Tariff of the Russian Federation Pertaining to Component Parts for Washing Machines

Refines the rates of the import customs duties for component parts for washing machines. Commodities classified under codes 8450 90 000 0 and 8501 40 910 9 of the Foreign Trade Commodity Nomenclature shall be imported duty free. The rate of the import customs duty for electric water heaters installed with an insulated frame with the power rating at least 1,400 W, however, not greater than 1,500 W (code according to the Foreign Trade Commodity Nomenclature 8516 80 910) is fixed in the amount of 5% of the customs cost, for other component parts (code according to the Foreign Trade Commodity Nomenclature 8516 80 910 9) - in the amount of 15% of the customs cost.

The Decision shall enter into force one month after the day of its official publication.

Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 123 of March 10, 2005 on the Authority of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation to Render Aid to Children Having Found Themselves Without Parental Support in Accommodation in Families for Bringing up

The Ministry of Education and Science is a federal operator of the state databank of children having found themselves without parental support. This Ministry is vested with authority to issue permissions to open representations of the bodies and organisations specially authorised by foreign states in charge of adoption of children on the territory of the Russian Federation and control of their activities.

Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 122 of March 10, 2005 on the Non-Application of the Rate of the Export Customs Duty for Mineral Fertilisers

The rate of the export customs duty specified by the Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 1198 of October 28, 1999 in the amount of 5% of the customs cost shall not apply to mineral or chemical fertilisers containing three nutrient elements: nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium (code according to the Foreign Trade Commodity Nomenclature of Russia 3105 20).

The Decision shall enter into force one month after the day of its official publication.

Order of the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of the Russian Federation No. 9 of January 27, 2005 on the Endorsement of the Procedure of Introduction of the Special, Simplified Procedures of Customs Registration for Individual Entities

Introduces the special, simplified procedures of customs registration for individual entities importing commodities, as well as a procedure of keeping records of commercial documentation by such entities. The Order lists the documents and information necessary for the introduction of the mentioned procedures, as well as the procedure of their submission and examination. The categories of entities that may enjoy simplified procedures of customs registration are listed in Article 68 of the Customs Code. In particular, the mentioned procedures may be introduced for the entities keeping records of their commercial documentation in a way permitting the customs bodies to compare the information contained in them and information presented to the customs bodies during customs registration of commodities, as well as for those engaged in foreign-trade activities for at least three years.

The following special simplified procedures may be introduced: temporary storage of commodities available under the customs control at the warehouse(s) of the applicant; preliminary declaring of commodities while submitting an incomplete or incomplete periodic customs declaration; declaring of commodities available under the customs control at the warehouse(s) of the applicant while submitting a periodic customs declaration; release of commodities before submission of the customs declaration.

Application of the special simplified procedures invalidates the provisions of the normative legal acts imposing restrictions on the places of declaring of individual commodities, as well as the authority of the customs bodies.

The Order shall enter into force 10 days after the day of its official publication.

Registered in the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation on March 3, 2005. Reg. No. 6377.

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