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Representatives of Russian FCS Answered Questions of Indian Businessmen

On 30 May, 2012 the Russian FCS representatives held a training seminar for the members of non-profit partnership “Indian Business-Alliance”. The event was dedicated to the particularities of customs documentation completion for items of Indian goods. It was the second meeting, where the problems, which Indian businessmen face by the import of goods to Russia, were highlighted.

Head of the Division for Specific Goods Control of the Department for Trade Restrictions, Currency and Export Control Mr. Sergey Shklyaev gave explanations in regard to the Unified List of Goods, which the restrictions or limitations for import or export for the Customs Union member states in the framework of Eurasian Economic Community for Trade with third countries are applied for.

Expert of Main Department for Customs Registration and Control Mr. Grigory Boyarsky spoke in detail about the rules and main mistakes, which customs applicants make by completion of goods enclosures.

During the meeting, the issues of delivery of goods and product items by international mail to the addresses of legal entities and persons were also brought up for discussion.

Following the results of the seminar, it was decided to organize a meeting of Indian businessmen with Moscow Customs officers on the territory of the customs checkpoint of the International General Post Office.

At the end of the event Chairman of non-profit partnership “Indian Business-Alliance” Mr. Sammy Kotvany mentioned the high professional level of the Russian FCS specialists

For Information.

Non-profit partnership “Indian Business-Alliance” (IBA) is a powerful business organization, uniting all the Indian companies in Russia. The Indian Business-Alliance was founded in 1993 in Moscow; its aim was to develop trade and business between India and Russia.

IBA functions as the bridge between India and the Russian Federation and assists in solving of business and investment problems of foreign companies in Russia. IBA regularly organizes seminars on key questions of bilateral business cooperation.

Nowadays, more than 100 big Indian corporations and private companies are the Indian Business-Alliance members.