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The government opposed a single duty on online purchases abroad
The government did not support the initiative of the Association of E-commerce Companies (AKPP) to introduce a single fee for all online purchases made abroad. The size of the new duty was to make 20% of the value of the goods. About it write "Izvestia", citing a source in the government.
The Ministry of Communications has opposed such drastic measures, and the Ministry of Industry and Trade believes that the existing rules should be maintained. According to current EurAsEC regulations, it is possible to import goods worth up to 500 euros per month free of charge.
Ранее сообщалосьthat the initiative of ACIT is considered in the FAS. Members of the association suggested not only introducing a single fee, but also creating an operator who would charge it, including through advanced payments.