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Do I need customs clearance of goods from Armenia to Russia

07 April 2021 829

PAYMENTS COLLECTED FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF GOODS AND MEANS OF MOVEMENT THROUGH THE CUSTOMS BORDER OF ARMENIA

According to the customs legislation and other legal acts of Armenia, the following fees are charged for the transportation of goods and vehicles across the customs border of Armenia:

a) customs duty
b) customs payments
c) excise tax
d) VAT

Customs value as the basis for calculating customs payments.

During customs clearance of goods exported from Armenia and imported to Armenia, customs payments are calculated on the basis of the customs value - the amount that is actually paid, is payable or should have been paid for the purchase of goods and transportation to the customs border of the RA. The procedure and methods for determining the customs value are established by the RA Law ‘On Customs Payments’.

The customs value of imported goods includes:

a) purchase price in the exporting country
b) costs for transportation, loading, unloading, reloading and insurance for transportation to the customs border of Armenia
c) commission and intermediary costs.

Customs duties in Armenia.

Goods and vehicles transported across the customs border of the Republic of Armenia are imposed by the customs duty in accordance with the procedure established by the Armenian Law “On Customs Duty”. Customs duty is a compulsory payment collected from individuals and legal entities from other payers in order to meet state and public needs within the established time limits in accordance with the procedure stipulated by the RA Law ‘On Customs Duty’ and other legal acts.

Tariffs of customs duties in Armenia.

Article 102 of the RA customs legislation for import to Armenia establishes the amount of customs duties for any type of goods. It's 0% or 10%. In addition, in some cases, you must pay VAT, which is 20% for some goods.

Tariffs of customs payments in Armenia.

During customs clearance of goods transported across the customs border of the Republic of Armenia, i.e. customs clearance in Armenia and other items, as well as money and currency transported by banks (except for cargo operations), a customs fee is charged.
The customs fee is charged for each individual customs clearance when filling in each cargo-customs declaration or cargo-customs declaration of citizens.
The cost of customs payment depends on the quantity of the goods being processed. But when importing retail goods, it is the smallest amount, usually no more than 7000 AMD.

Privileges in customs payments.


The following are exempt from customs payments:
a) those goods that are imported into the customs territory of Armenia within the framework of charity and humanitarian aid programs
b) accompanying items, established by law, transported across the customs border of the RA by individuals, with the exception of vehicles for personal use
c) goods imported by individuals (with the exception of individual entrepreneurs) in a quantity not exceeding the amount established by the RA Law ‘On Customs Duties’
d) temporarily exported and imported cultural values ​​in the manner prescribed by law
e) vehicles that perform regular international transport in the process of implementing these transportations.

You should also know that according to Article 105 of the Armenian customs legislation, a citizen of the Republic of Armenia has the right to import into Armenia general goods worth up to AMD 150,000 and weighing 20kg. within 6 months. And if the price of the goods exceeds the privilege of Article 105, then the customs duty is paid in accordance with the general procedure.

The customs value of goods transported through the customs border of Armenia is the price of the transaction, that is, the amount that is actually paid, is payable or must be paid for the export of goods to the imported country for the purpose of purchase and for transportation to the customs border of the RA.

The customs value includes:


a) the purchase price of the goods in the exporting country
b) costs associated with the transportation of goods to the customs border of the Republic of Armenia, associated with transportation, loading, unloading, reloading, insurance, etc.
c) costs associated with the transportation of goods to the customs border of the RA, related to commission and intermediary (brokerage) costs, excluding commission and intermediary (brokerage) costs associated with the purchase of goods.
d) transported across the customs border for the purpose of production and delivery of goods, provided by the buyer free of charge or with partial compensation, directly or indirectly, respectively, distributed among the imported goods:
- the cost for the materials included in the goods, constituting and other similar items,
- the cost for the use of tools and similar items in the production of goods,
- the cost of material resources used for the production of goods,
- the cost of design, design, graphic and other similar works that are necessary and implemented in another country (except for the imported one).
e) directly or indirectly paid or payable by settlement

to the seller for royalties and permits, which are a prerequisite for the sale of goods by the buyer,
f) the cost of packaging, packaging and packing work,
g) amounts payable to the supplier by the buyer for the further sale, use and disposal of goods across the customs border.

PAYMENTS COLLECTED FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF GOODS AND MEANS OF MOVEMENT THROUGH THE CUSTOMS BORDER OF ARMENIA

According to the customs legislation and other legal acts of Armenia, the following fees are charged for the transportation of goods and vehicles across the customs border of Armenia:

a) customs duty
b) customs payments
c) excise tax
d) VAT

Customs value as the basis for calculating customs payments.

During customs clearance of goods exported from Armenia and imported to Armenia, customs payments are calculated on the basis of the customs value - the amount that is actually paid, is payable or should have been paid for the purchase of goods and transportation to the customs border of the RA. The procedure and methods for determining the customs value are established by the RA Law ‘On Customs Payments’.

The customs value of imported goods includes:

a) purchase price in the exporting country
b) costs for transportation, loading, unloading, reloading and insurance for transportation to the customs border of Armenia
c) commission and intermediary costs.

Customs duties in Armenia.

Goods and vehicles transported across the customs border of the Republic of Armenia are imposed by the customs duty in accordance with the procedure established by the Armenian Law “On Customs Duty”. Customs duty is a compulsory payment collected from individuals and legal entities from other payers in order to meet state and public needs within the established time limits in accordance with the procedure stipulated by the RA Law ‘On Customs Duty’ and other legal acts.

Tariffs of customs duties in Armenia.

Article 102 of the RA customs legislation for import to Armenia establishes the amount of customs duties for any type of goods. It's 0% or 10%. In addition, in some cases, you must pay VAT, which is 20% for some goods.

Tariffs of customs payments in Armenia.

During customs clearance of goods transported across the customs border of the Republic of Armenia, i.e. customs clearance in Armenia and other items, as well as money and currency transported by banks (except for cargo operations), a customs fee is charged.
The customs fee is charged for each individual customs clearance when filling in each cargo-customs declaration or cargo-customs declaration of citizens.
The cost of customs payment depends on the quantity of the goods being processed. But when importing retail goods, it is the smallest amount, usually no more than 7000 AMD.

Privileges in customs payments.


The following are exempt from customs payments:
a) those goods that are imported into the customs territory of Armenia within the framework of charity and humanitarian aid programs
b) accompanying items, established by law, transported across the customs border of the RA by individuals, with the exception of vehicles for personal use
c) goods imported by individuals (with the exception of individual entrepreneurs) in a quantity not exceeding the amount established by the RA Law ‘On Customs Duties’
d) temporarily exported and imported cultural values ​​in the manner prescribed by law
e) vehicles that perform regular international transport in the process of implementing these transportations.

You should also know that according to Article 105 of the Armenian customs legislation, a citizen of the Republic of Armenia has the right to import into Armenia general goods worth up to AMD 150,000 and weighing 20kg. within 6 months. And if the price of the goods exceeds the privilege of Article 105, then the customs duty is paid in accordance with the general procedure.

The customs value of goods transported through the customs border of Armenia is the price of the transaction, that is, the amount that is actually paid, is payable or must be paid for the export of goods to the imported country for the purpose of purchase and for transportation to the customs border of the RA.

The customs value includes:


a) the purchase price of the goods in the exporting country
b) costs associated with the transportation of goods to the customs border of the Republic of Armenia, associated with transportation, loading, unloading, reloading, insurance, etc.
c) costs associated with the transportation of goods to the customs border of the RA, related to commission and intermediary (brokerage) costs, excluding commission and intermediary (brokerage) costs associated with the purchase of goods.
d) transported across the customs border for the purpose of production and delivery of goods, provided by the buyer free of charge or with partial compensation, directly or indirectly, respectively, distributed among the imported goods:
- the cost for the materials included in the goods, constituting and other similar items,
- the cost for the use of tools and similar tools in the production of goods

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