On Customs Tariff

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A C A About About About the customs tariff (In the edition of federal laws of 07.08.95 g. N 128-FZ; of 25.11.95 g. N 185-FZ; 27.12.95 g. N 211-FZ; of 05.02.97 N 25-FZ; of 10.02.99 g. N 32-FZ; from 04.05.99 N 95-FZ; dated 27.05.2000 N 74-FZ; of 27.12.2000 N 150-FZ; of 08.08.2001 N 126-FZ; dated 29.12.2001 N 190-FZ; of 30.12.2001 N 194-FZ; dated 29.05.2002 N 57-FZ; of 25.07.2002 N 116-FZ; of 24 December 2002 N 176-FZ; ranging from 06.06.2003 N 65-FZ; of 07.07.2003 N 124-FZ; dated 08.12.2003 N 159-FZ; of 23.12.2003 N 186-FZ; dated 07.05.2004 N 33-FZ; dated 29.06.2004 N 58-FZ; of 22.08.2004 N 122-FZ; of 21.07.2005 N 112-FZ; of 08.11.2005 N 144-FZ; of 20.12.2005 N 168-FZ; dated 27.07.2006. N 145-FZ , 10.11.2006 N 191-FZ; dated 01.12.2007 N 310-FZ; of 03.12.2007 N 321-FZ; dated 03.12.2008 N 234-FZ; of 03.12.2008 N 250-FZ; dated 30.12.2008. N 314-FZ; dated 28.06.2009 N 125-FZ; of 08.12.2010 N 335-FZ; , 28.11.2011 N 338-FZ; of 06.12.2011 N 409-FZ; of 03.12.2012 N 239-FZ; of 23.07.2013 N 213-FZ; of 30.09.2013 N 263-FZ; dated 30.09.2013. N 268-FZ; of 02.11.2013 N 306-FZ; 04.03.2014 N 22-FZ; of 24.11.2014 N 366-FZ; 28.11.2015 N 324-FZ) Section I. GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1. The purpose of this Law This Law determines the application of the rates of export customs duties, the establishment of export customs duties and the list of goods to which they apply. Exemption from the payment of export customs duties, peculiarities of the application of import customs duties according to the country of origin of the goods and the conditions of their import, as well as the peculiarities of tariff preferences and tariff quotas. (Article as amended by the Federal Law No. N 409-FZ Article 2. (Spconsumed by Federal Law of 06.12.2011) N 409-FZ) Article 3. The rates of customs duties and the procedure for establishing them 1. The rates of customs duties are uniform and are not subject to change depending on the persons involved in the importation into the Russian Federation and export from the Russian Federation of goods, types of transactions and other factors, except in the case of cases. as provided for in this Act. (In the wording of Federal Law of 6 December 2011) N 409-FZ 2. In relation to goods originating from countries, trade and political relations with which provide the most-favoured-nation treatment, the rates of import customs duties of the Customs Union in the EurAsEC Customs Union are applied. (hereinafter referred to as the Customs Union). With respect to goods originating from countries that do not have a most-favoured-nation regime, the rates of import customs duties of the Single Customs Tariff are applied Customs union, doubled, except in cases of granting tariff preferences on the basis of the provisions of international treaties of the member states of the Customs Union, international treaties of the Russian Federation. With respect to goods whose country of origin is not established, the rates of import customs duties of the Customs Union, except as provided for in the international treaties of the Customs Union, are applied to the Customs Union. members of the Customs Union, international treaties of the Russian Federation. (Paragraph in the Federal Law , 06.12.2011 N 409-FZ 3. The rates of export customs duties and the list of goods to which they apply shall be fixed by the Government of the Russian Federation unless otherwise specified by this article. With respect to crude oil and certain categories of petroleum goods, the export duty rates are established in the manner provided for in article 3-1 of this Law. For certain categories of goods, as defined by the Government of the Russian Federation, except those referred to in article 3-1 of this Law, the rates of export customs duties shall be determined by the Government of the Russian Federation in the order and in accordance with formulae that are established by the Government of the Russian Federation. (Paragraph in the wording of the Federal Law 03.12.2012 N 239-FZ) 4. (New paragraph 4 amended by Federal Act No. N 126FZ; lost the force-Federal Law of 03.12.2012. N 239-FZ) 5. (Spend of force-Federal Law of 06.06.2003) N 65-FZ) Article 3-1. The procedure for establishing the rates of export customs duties on crude oil and certain categories oil products 1. This article sets out the procedure for establishing the rates of export customs duties on oil, which are defined by the Government of the Russian Federation. 2. The rates of export customs duties on oil are set by the Government of the Russian Federation in the following order. The Government of the Russian Federation shall establish formulas for the calculation of export customs duties (including special calculation formulas established in accordance with paragraph 5 of this article), which shall take into account the average price of In the last period of monitoring carried out in accordance with paragraph 3 of this article, crude oil is a crude trademark of the World Oil Raw Materials (Mediterranean and Rotterdam). The federal executive body of the Russian Federation expects the rates of export customs duties on oil raw and certain categories of oil produced from oil, according to formulae The Government of the Russian Federation. The rates of export customs duties on oil raw and individual categories of petroleum products are calculated for one calendar month and shall be applied on the first day of the calendar month following the month after the end of the monitoring period. The rates of export customs duties on oil are fed and certain categories of goods produced from oil, calculated for the next calendar month, are brought through official sources of information at least four days before the day The application of these rates shall be in the order established by the Government of the Russian Federation and shall be applied on the first day of the calendar month following the end of the monitoring period. When calculating the oil export duty rates, the raw and individual types of petroleum products are rounded up to the first decimal point. 3. The Government Plenipotentiary of the Federal Government of the Russian Federation is monitoring the price of crude oil in the world oil markets (Mediterranean and Rotterdam) and certain types of goods produced of the Russian Federation. The oil price monitoring period for the crude oil of the world oil markets (Mediterranean and Rotterdam) for the purpose of determining the average price for the period is the period from the 15th of each calendar month. The 14th in the following calendar month, starting from 15 October 2008. Average price of crude oil in the world oil markets (Mediterranean and Rotterdam), defined by monitoring results, monthly no later than five days prior to the 1st day of the month following the month The end of the monitoring period shall be made available through official sources of information in a manner to be determined by the Government of the Russian Federation. 4. The rates of export customs duties on oil are based on formulae calculated by the Government of the Russian Federation, with the exception of the rates calculated in accordance with paragraph 5 of this article, shall not exceed the duty limit, calculated as follows: 1) in the period of monitoring the average price of the crude oil price of the South American crude oil in the world oil markets (Mediterranean and Rotterdam) up to $109.5 per ton (inclusive) 0 per cent; 2) in excess of the previous period Monitoring the average crude oil price of the Yair crude in the world oil markets (Mediterranean and Rotterdam) level of $109.5 per tonne, but not more than $146 per ton (inclusive)-up to 35 The percentage of the difference between the average oil price monitoring period in United States dollars per tonne and $109.5; 3) when the average crude oil price of the United States dollar was exceeded during the monitoring period markets for oil (Mediterranean and Rotterdam) levels of $146 per ton, but not More than 182.5 United States dollars per tonne (inclusive), not exceeding $12.78 per tonne and 45 per cent of the difference between the average oil price monitoring period in United States dollars per ton and $146; 4) when the average price of the crude oil price of Jurals in the world oil markets (Mediterranean and Rotterdam) level of $182.5 per ton was exceeded, up to the amount of 29.2 1 ton and 42 per cent (for all calendar months of 1 January) 30 per cent (for all calendar months of 1 January 2017) the difference between the average oil price monitoring period in United States dollars per ton and $182.5. In the wording of the Federal Law No. N 324-FZ) (Paragraph in the wording of Federal Law of 24 November 2014). N 366-FZ5. The Government of the Russian Federation has the right to establish specific formulas for the calculation of export customs duties on crude oil: 1) crude oil of crude with viscosity at least 10,000 millionals per second for a period of 10 years since the beginning of the application of the reduced rate of export customs duty, but not later than 1 January 2023; 2) crude oil of crude with special physico-chemical characteristics found on deposits located in subsoil areas, in whole or in part: within the borders of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Irkutsk region, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Nenets Autonomous Area, north of 65 degrees north latitude or partly within the Yamal-Nenets autonomous area; within the Russian part of the day (Russian sector) the Caspian Sea; within the sea bottom of the Russian Federation; within the seabed of the territorial sea of the Russian Federation; within the continental shelf of the Russian Federation Federation; 3) crude oil with special The physico-chemical characteristics of the fields in which the ratio of the initial recoverable oil reserves in the deposits of hydrocarbons located at the fields of the deposit and which are attributed to the productive sediment of the seal according to the state balance of mineral reserves, approved as of January 1, the year before the establishment of specific formulas for the calculation of the export customs duties for the deposit, to the initial recoverable amount The oil reserves of the field are not less than 0.8. For the purposes of this sub-paragraph, the initial recoverable oil reserves are defined as the sum of recoverable reserves of categories A, B, C1 and C2, and accumulated production from the beginning of development in accordance with the state balance of mineral reserves, approved by 1 January of the year preceding the establishment of special formulae for the calculation of the export customs duties for the deposit. (Subparagraph (e) is supplemented by Federal Law of 23 July 2013. N 213-FZ6. The rates of export customs duties on oil raw, calculated according to the formulae set by the Government of the Russian Federation in accordance with paragraph 5 of this article, shall not exceed the duty-limit calculated as follows: 1) for the crude oil referred to in paragraph 5 (1) of this article-up to a maximum of 10 per cent of the amount of $29.2 per ton and 57 per cent (for all calendar months of 1 January to 31 December) (a), (b), (c), (c), (c), (c), (c) and (e) The period from January 1, 2016) of the difference between the monitoring period of the average Urals crude oil price in the world oil markets (Mediterranean and Rotterdam) in US dollars for 1 ton and 182.5 USD. If the limit of the duty rate received on the basis of this subparagraph is negative, the value of the duty rate limit shall be zero; 2) for the crude oil referred to in sub-paragraph 2 or 3 Paragraph 5 of this Article, at a rate not to exceed the duty rate, calculated using the following formula: C = (O-182, 5) x K-56.57-C x 0.14, vtr where C is the export duty rate; vp K is an incremental factor taken to 42% (for all calendar months from 1 January to 31 December 2015 inclusive), 36 per cent (for all calendar months of 1 January to 31 December 2016 inclusive), 30 per cent (for all calendar months, The average price of crude oil in the world oil markets (Mediterranean and Rotterdam) for the period of monitoring is the average price of crude oil. If a negative value of C is obtained when calculating insert the specified formula, the C value is zero. vtr (Paragraph in the wording of Federal Law of 24.11.2014 N 366-FZ 6-1. The rates of export customs duties on certain categories of petroleum derived from petroleum calculated according to the formulae set by the Government of the Russian Federation should not exceed the following rates (as a percentage of the export customs duty on crude oil): 1) for light and medium distillates (excluding straight-run gasoline and petrol), benzene, toluene, xylene, oil, oil and lubricants-48 per cent (for all calendar months per calendar month) the period from 1 January to 31 December 2015 inclusive), 40 per cent (for for all calendar months, 1 January to 31 December 2016 inclusive), 30 per cent (for all calendar months of 1 January 2017); all calendar months of the period from 1 January to 31 December 2015 inclusive), 71 per cent (for all calendar months of 1 January to 31 December 2016 inclusive), 55 per cent (for all calendar months, for the period from 1 January to 1 January 2017); 3) for commercial petrol. Percentage (for all calendar months of 1 January to 31 December 2015 inclusive) 61 per cent (for all calendar months of 1 January to 31 December 2016 inclusive), 30 per cent (for all calendar months) Calendar months for the period from 1 January 2017); 4) for fuel oil, bitumen of oil, spent petroleum products, paraffin, vaseline-76% (for all calendar months for the period from 1 January to 31 December) 82 per cent (for all calendar months of the period) 1 January to 31 December 2016), 100 per cent (for all calendar months of 1 January 2017); 5) for petroleum coke-6.5 per cent (for all calendar months for the period from 1 January 2015); 6) for trimers and propylene-6.5 per cent (for all calendar months of 1 January 2015). href=" ?docbody= &prevDoc= 102023620&backlink=1 & &nd=102362990 "target="contents" title= " "> dated 24 November 2014 N 366-FZ)7. For the purposes of the application of special formulae for the calculation of the export customs duties on oil of the raw materials provided for in paragraph 5 (1) of this article, the Government of the Russian Federation shall establish a procedure for the confirmation of the oil production of crude oil. with a viscosity of at least 10,000 billion microseconds. For the purposes of the application of special formulae for the calculation of the export customs duties on crude oil in paragraph 5 (2) or 3 (3) of this article, the Government of the Russian Federation establishes the procedure for the preparation of proposals for the application of special formulas for the calculation of the export customs duties on oil, and the monitoring of the validity of their application, determines the list of deposits and the amount of crude oil produced on each of them, which can be removed using special formulae Calculation of the export customs duties rates, establishes the procedure for confirming the fact of crude oil production at the specified fields and the procedure for controlling the amount of crude oil, for which specific export formulas may be applied. The customs duties on oil are raw. (In the wording of the federal laws of 23 July 2013, N 213-FZ; of 02.11.2013. N 306-FZ)8. Decisions of the Government of the Russian Federation on the establishment and (or) modification of the formula for the calculation of the rates of export customs duties on oil and certain categories of oil produced should be published in one of the official publications OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION href=" ?docbody= &prevDoc= 102023620&backlink=1 & &nd=102161345 "target="contents" title= " "> from 03.12.2012 N 239-FZ) Article 4. Types of duties In the Russian Federation, the following types of duty rates are applied: ad valorem, calculated as a percentage of the customs value of the taxable goods; Size per unit of taxable goods; combined, both of these types of customs taxation. Article 5: Basic concepts used in this Law 1. For the purposes of this Law, the basic concepts are used in the following meanings: 1) customs duty-mandatory payment to the federal budget charged by Customs authorities in connection with the movement of goods across the customs border Customs union and in other cases defined in accordance with international treaties of the member states of the Customs Union and (or) legislation of the Russian Federation; (as amended by Federal Law from 06.12.2011 N 409-FZ) 2) (Spspent force-Federal Law of 06.12.2011 N 409-FZ) 3) (Spspent force-Federal Law of 06.12.2011 N 409-FZ) 4) (Spspent force-Federal Law of 06.12.2011 N 409-FZ) 5) (Unused-Federal Act of 6 December 2011 N 409-FZ) 6) (Spconsumed by Federal Law of 06.12.2011) N 409-FZ) 2. (Spend of force-Federal Law of 06.12.2011) N 409-FZ) 3. Other concepts are used in this Law in the values determined by the Customs Union Customs Law, the legislation of the Russian Federation on customs, and the legislation of the Russian Federation on taxes and fees, OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION (...) (...) N 409-FZ) (Article in the wording of Federal Law 08.11.2005) N 144-FZ) Section II. SEASONAL AND PARTICULAR SPONES Article 6. Seasonal duties The Government of the Russian Federation may impose seasonal tariffs on the operational regulation of the export of goods. At the same time, customs duties imposed by the customs tariff are not applied. The duration of seasonal duties may not exceed six months per year. The rates for the export of goods specified in article 3, paragraph 4, of this Law may not exceed the amount specified in this article. (...) (...) N 126-FZ; of 06.12.2011 N 409-FZ) Article 7. (Spaged by Federal Law of 06.12.2011). N 409-FZ) Article 8.(Unused-Federal Law 08.11.2005) N 144-FZ) Article 9. N 144-FZ) Article 10. N 144-FZ) Article 11. N 144-FZ) SECTION III. CUSTOMS COST OF A TOWANA (In the wording of Federal Law 08.11.2005) N 144-FZ) Article 12. (Spaged by Federal Law of 06.12.2011). N 409-FZ) Article 13. Additional provisions related to customs value of imported goods 1. (Spend of force-Federal Law of 06.12.2011) N 409-FZ) 2. The Government of the Russian Federation sets out: 1). N 409-FZ ) (2) the procedure for determining the customs value of imported goods in cases of damage caused by an accident or force majeure, as well as in cases of illegal importation of goods into the Russian Federation. (...) (...) N 409-FZ) 3. (Spend of force-Federal Law of 06.12.2011) N 409-FZ) (Article in the wording of Federal Law 08.11.2005) N 144-FZ) Article 14. (Spaged by Federal Law of 06.12.2011). N 409-FZ) Article 15.(Spconsumed by Federal Law 08.11.2005) N 144-FZ) Article 16. N 144-FZ) Article 17. N 144-FZ) SECTION IV. (Spend of force-Federal Law of 06.12.2011) N 409-FZ) Article 18.(Unused-Federal Law 08.11.2005) N 144-FZ) Article 19. (Spaged by Federal Law of 06.12.2011). N 409-FZ) Article 19-1. (Spaged by Federal Law of 06.12.2011). N 409-FZ) Article 20. (Spaged by Federal Law of 06.12.2011). N 409-FZ) Article 21. (Spaged by Federal Law of 06.12.2011). N 409-FZ) Article 22. (Spaged by Federal Law of 06.12.2011). N 409-FZ) Article 23. (Spaged by Federal Law of 06.12.2011). N 409-FZ) Article 24. (Spaged by Federal Law of 06.12.2011). N 409-FZ) Section V. (Spil-Federal Law 08.11.2005) N 144-FZ) Article 25.(Spconsumed by force-Federal Law 08.11.2005) N 144-FZ) Article 26. N 144-FZ) Article 27. (Spconsumed by Federal Law 08.11.2005) N 144-FZ) Article 28.(Spconsumed by force-Federal Law 08.11.2005) N 144-FZ) Article 29. (Spconsumed by Federal Law 08.11.2005) N 144-FZ) Article 30. N 144-FZ) Article 31. N 144-FZ) Article 32. N 144-FZ) Article 33.(Spconsumed by force-Federal Law 08.11.2005) N 144-FZ) Section VI. TARIFIC LANGUTS Article 34. Tariff benefits 1. Tariff benefits for goods imported into the Russian Federation are granted in accordance with the Customs Code of the Customs Union, international treaties of the member States of the Customs Union. 2. Tariff benefits for goods exported from the Russian Federation are established by this Act and may not be individual. 3. For the purposes of this Act, under the tariff package for goods exported from the Russian Federation, the benefit is granted under conditions of reciprocity or unilaterally when implementing the trade policy of the Russian Federation in the form Exemption from the payment of customs duties or the reduction of the customs duty rate. 4. The procedure for granting tariff concessions under this Act is determined by the Government of the Russian Federation. (Article in the wording of Federal Law dated 06.12.2011 N 409-FZ) Article 35. Provision of tariff concessions 1. The customs duties exempt: 1) supplies and equipment, fuel, food and other equipment exported from the Russian Federation to provide for the activities of the Russian and Leasehold (chartered) by Russian fishing vessels; (2) goods exported from the Russian Federation by a decision of the Government of the Russian Federation to non-member States of the Customs Union as a humanitarian assistance, with a view to eliminating the consequences of accidents and disasters, natural disasters, for charitable purposes by States, international organizations, Governments, including technical assistance (assistance); (3) goods, except excisable, on the list approved OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION (...) (...) The following goods, which are exported from the Russian Federation and received by the Russian Federation (produced) in the development of a new offshore hydrocarbon field: crude oil (including oil and gas condensate mixture) Gas condensate natural gas, natural gas Liquefied and in gaseous state, wide fraction of light hydrocarbons; (Sub-item addition is the federal law of 30.09.2013. N 268-FZ)6) the following goods exported from the Russian Federation and received (produced) in the development of the offshore hydrocarbon field, but not a new offshore field in accordance with Article 11-1 of the Tax Code of the Russian Federation: natural gas condensate, crude oil (including oil and gas condensate mixture) produced by the technological aspects of the transportation of crude oil and gas condensate by pipeline gas), gas Natural liquefied. (...) (...) n 268-FZ) 1-1. Exemption from export customs duties on goods referred to in paragraph 1 (5) of this Article shall apply: 1) up to 31 March 2032 (inclusive) for goods received (produced) for the development of a new offshore hydrocarbon field located entirely in the Sea of Azov or 50 per cent and more of its area in the Baltic Sea; 2) up to 31 March 2032 (inclusive) goods received (produced) in the development of a new Hydrocarbon deposits, located 50% or more of their area in the Black Sea (up to 100 metres deep), the Pechora or the White Sea, the southern part of the Sea of Okhotsk (south of the Sea of Okhotsk) or the Russian part (Russian sector) of the Caspian Sea; 3) up to March 31, 2042 (inclusive) for goods received (produced) in the development of a new offshore hydrocarbon field, located 50 or more % of the area in the Black Sea (more than 100 meters depth), northern part Sea of Okhotsk (55 degrees north latitude or north of latitude), southern Barents sea (south latitude 72 degrees south); 4) without time limits for goods received (produced) in the development of a new sea Hydrocarbon deposits, located 50 per cent or more of their area in the Kara Sea, the northern Barents Sea (72 degrees north latitude and north of that latitude), the eastern Arctic (the Laptev Sea, the East Siberian Sea, The Chukchi Sea and the Bering Sea). (In the wording of the Federal Law of 24.11.2014). N 36366-FZ (Item padded to the Federal Law dated 30.09.2013) N 268-FZ)1-2. Exemption from customs duties on goods referred to in paragraph 1 (6) of this Article shall apply to goods received (produced) in the development of the offshore hydrocarbon field, which is located at 50 and higher than the percentage of its area in the southern part of the Sea of Okhotsk (south of 55 degrees north latitude), up to 1 January 2021, provided that the level of production of each type of hydrocarbon (excluding associated gas) is extracted at this field, as of 1 January 2015, is less than 5 per cent, The license for the right to use subsoil resources was issued not later than January 1, 2009 and the initial gas reserves of natural gas as of 1 January 2014 amount to no more than 170 billion cubic meters. In the wording of the Federal Law No. N 324-FZ) The level of production of each hydrocarbon raw material (excluding associated gas) produced at hydrocarbon deposits is calculated in accordance with the procedure established by paragraph 2 of Article 11-1 of the Tax Code. Russian Federation Code of the Russian Federation. N268-FZ)1-3. Confirmation that the goods referred to in paragraph 1 (5) of this article have been received (produced) in the development of a new offshore hydrocarbon field shall be carried out in the manner determined by the Government of the Russian Federation. " Confirmation that the goods referred to in paragraph 1 (6) of this article meet the requirements (conditions) set out in paragraph 1 to 2 of this article shall be carried out in the manner prescribed by the Government of the Russian Federation. The term "offshore hydrocarbon deposit" and "new offshore hydrocarbon field" are used in this Law in the values determined by the Tax Code of the Russian Federation. (the paragraph is amended to include the Federal Law of 30.09.2013 } . N 268-FZ) 2. According to the decision of the Government of the Russian Federation, tariff preferences may be granted in the form of exemption from customs duty or reduction of the customs duty rate in respect of: 1) goods exported from the Russian Federation as part of the Russian Federation. " Complete deliveries for the construction of investment cooperation facilities abroad in accordance with the international agreements of the Russian Federation; (2) exported from the Russian Federation of goods within the scope of export supplies for the Russian Federation. Public Needs Defined in accordance with OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION href=" ?docbody= &prevDoc= 102023620&backlink=1 & &nd=102152749 "target="contents" title= " "> dated 06.12.2011 N 409-FZ) Article 36. Tariff preferences and tariff quotas 1. The Russian Federation provides tariff preferences in accordance with the international agreements of the member states of the Customs Union and international treaties of the Russian Federation. For the purposes of this article, the tariff preference is the exemption from the payment of import customs duties on goods originating from the countries that make up the Free Trade Area of the Russian Federation Agreements aimed at establishing such a zone or reducing the rates of import customs duties on goods originating in developing or least developed countries enjoying a uniform system of tariff preferences of the Customs Union. 2. For the purposes of this article, in respect of goods imported into the Russian Federation, the tariff quota refers to the measure of regulation of the entry into the Russian Federation of certain agricultural products originating in third countries providing for Application of a lower import duty rate for a given quantity of goods (in kind or value terms) over a period of time compared to the import customs duty applied in accordance with The unified customs tariff of the Customs Union. Goods imported into the Russian Federation more than the assigned amount (quotas), the import duty rate is applied in accordance with the Customs Union's Single Customs Tariff. 3. The method and procedure for the allocation of the tariff quota for imported goods between the members of the foreign trade activity, as well as the allocation of the tariff quota among third countries, shall be determined by the Commission of the Customs Union or by OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION In the manner determined by the Government of the Russian Federation, the volume of tariff quotas is distributed among the participants in the foreign trade activities based on the results of the competition or in proportion to the volume of goods originating from foreign OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION (In the wording of the Federal Law of 04.03.2014) N 22-FZ) 4. For the purposes of this article, in respect of goods exported from the Russian Federation under the tariff quota is a measure of the regulation of the export from the Russian Federation of goods originating from the Russian Federation, which provides for the use of goods originating in the territory of the Russian Federation. A certain period of lower rates of export customs duty on the export of a certain quantity of goods (in kind or value terms) compared to the export customs duty rate established by the Government of the Russian Federation THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION The export customs duty rate established by the Government of the Russian Federation is applied to goods exported from the Russian Federation more than the assigned amount (quotas). 5. Tariff quotas for the export of goods are established by the Government of the Russian Federation. The Government of the Russian Federation determines the method and procedure for the allocation of the tariff quota for the export of goods between the members of the foreign trade activity and, if necessary, the allocation of the tariff quota among third countries Federation. (Article as amended by Federal Law of 06.12.2011) N 409-FZ) Article 37. (Spconsumed by Federal Law of 06.12.2011) N 409-FZ) Section VII. FINAL PROVISIONS Article 38. International agreements If an international agreement to which the Russian Federation is a party establishes rules other than those contained in this Act, the rules of international agreement apply. President of the Russian Federation B. RURAL Moscow, House of Soviet of Russia 21 May 1993 N 5003-I