CCIS-EXPERTISE was invited to animate the subject “Exporting to the countries of the Eurasian Union: what are the procedures and requirements of the conformity of industrial equipment in the petroleum field?” at EVOLEN on November 26, 2016.
Do you want to know how to handle business on the Russian market during changes in the economic and political environment? CCIS-EXPERTISE is inviting you to participate in the workshop " Journée Russie ", which is taking place on Wednesday, October 12, 2016 and is organised by the International Commerce Chamber of Paris Ile-de-France.
The plan of elaboration of technical regulations is going to be revised again.
On August 11, 2016 the board members of the Eurasian Economic Commission adopted the Technical Regulation of the Eurasian Economic Union on requirements for liquefied gas used as fuel.
This regulation summarizes the requirements for liquefied gas, which is implemented as fuel in the following spheres:
On August 4, 2016 the Council of the Eurasian Economic Commission published the Decree No. 110, which includes a decision on introduction of a new technical regulation of the Eurasian Economic Union (former Customs Union) on limiting hazardous substances in electrical appliances. Currently the draft regulation has been approved by the Council, it is going to be sent for final revision to the Eurasian Economic Commission shortly.
On July 18th, 2016 the official publication and coming into force of the amendments concerning the Technical Regulation of the Customs Union on the safety of textile goods (CU TR 017/2011) took place. The revision of the document was necessary due to its implementation. The amendments concern the contents and technical aspects in the first place.
During the next meeting of the Eurasian Economic Commission the board members are planning to initiate negotiations with the authorities of Serbia regarding the signing of an agreement on free trade.
New amendments will concern equipment meant for processing alimentary products and destined for public catering: office canteens, restaurants, cafes, bars, etc.
On June 01, 2016 the Russian government excluded foodstuffs prohibited for importation destined for the production of children food from the embargo list. Among such products: beef, chicken and vegetables. The Ministry of Agriculture (Minselkhoz) will be responsable for defining the products’ scope of application.