VAT, foreign payment systems and re-import

Within the framework of the forum `` Made in Russia '' A webinar `` Regulatory aspects of export via e-commerce channels '' was held, at which experts from the Russian Post, Sberbank, DHL Express and the Federal Customs Service of Russia discussed key regulatory innovations and features of export via online channels.

Speakers were the head Department of Export Development and New Business Lines of the Russian Post Vladimir Vinogradov, Executive Director of Sberbank Yulia Antonova, Vice President for Sales and Marketing of DHL Express in Russia Dmitry Sautenkov, and Head of the Department for Processing and Final Customs Regimes of the Main Directorate for Organization of Customs Clearance and Customs Control of the FCS Russia Alexander Stupnikov.

As the experts emphasized, e-commerce & ndash; this is a promising direction for the development of exports in modern conditions, allowing it to cover almost the entire global market and attract buyers from all over the world. However, the transition of export to the online format, which makes many export processes easier and more convenient, is associated with a number of regulatory aspects that must be understood in order to develop your export business online with quality and safety.

В 2021 saw a number of changes that affected the regulatory environment for e-commerce exports. The speakers answered the exporters' questions and told in detail:

  • How to ensure the return of goods in retail for export, taking into account the new rules for identifying goods;
  • How to verify 0% VAT on retail export;
  • What new VAT rules have been introduced in Europe;

& bull; & bull; How to use foreign payment systems and what are the restrictions for Russian residents.

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