Russia to impose the import duties on goods from Moldova
Russia imposes the customs duties on imports of goods from the Republic of Moldova to the territory of the Russian Federation. The corresponding decree of the Government of Russia was published on the single portal legal information on July 31.
The customs duties cover 19 commodity items, including grains and sugar.
The duties on the reporting commodities will be the same as the duties on goods from the countries, for which the Russian Federation is using the regime of “most favoured nation” in trade and political relations.
The document will come into force in 30 days from the date of its official publication.
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