Earlier it was reported that the working group of the EEC Council has developed a number of proposals for regulation of cross-border e-Commerce.
Phnom PENH, 24 Nov. The Council of the Eurasian economic Commission on Monday has not made a decision on fees for online purchases, the proposal did not find understanding neither a party meeting, said the Deputy head of the Ministry of economic development Alexey Likhachev reporters on Tuesday.
“Following the meeting, the decision was not taken likely be a review on 2 December in the presence of (first Deputy Prime Minister Igor — ed.) Shuvalov,” — said Likhachev.
“The proposals of experts of the EEC did not find understanding none of the parties to the meeting,” he added.
Earlier media reported that the working group of the EEC Council has developed a number of proposals for regulation of cross-border e-Commerce. According to media reports, the group has prepared two draft. The first is to continue to exempt from customs duties goods cheaper 22 € and weight below 1 kg. Parcels that fall in the range 1-10 22-150 euros and pounds will require payment of the fee of 15 euros. The goods, which cost more than 150 euros and (or) the total weight exceeds 10 pounds would require the collection of 15 euros plus 30% of the customs value, but not less 4 Euro 1 pounds.
According to the second embodiment, the goods with customs value up to 150 Euro and weighing less than 10 kilograms will be charged 10 euros. If the customs value of the parcel exceeds 150 Euro, and weighs over 10 pounds, then the fee will be 10 euros plus 30% of the customs value, but not less 4 Euro 1 pounds.
Now in Russia it is possible to receive duty-free packages for personal use in the amount of 1 thousand euros and weighing up to 31 kg per calendar month. Exceeding the limit fee is 30%, but not less 4 Euro 1 pounds (levied on the amount exceeding the threshold).