On Amending The Law Of The Russian Federation "about Customs Tariff"

Original Language Title: О внесении дополнения в Закон Российской Федерации "О таможенном тарифе"

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RUSSIAN FEDERATION FEDERAL LAW on amending the law of the Russian Federation "about customs tariff" adopted by the State Duma October 18, 1995 year approved by the Federation Council November 15, 1995 year Article 1. Article 35 of the law of the Russian Federation "about customs tariff" (records of the Congress of people's deputies of the Russian Federation and the Supreme Soviet of the Russian Federation, 1993, # 23, art. 821; Collection of laws of the Russian Federation, 1995, no. 32, St. 3204) to complement the "l" as follows: "l) periodicals and books relating to education, science and culture, imported media editors and publishers on the customs territory of the Russian Federation and exported from this territory;
paper, printing materials and printing media, audio and video media, technological and engineering equipment, imported to the customs territory of the Russian Federation to the editorial media, publishers, news agencies, broadcasting companies, printing companies and organisations and used by them for production media and books related to education, science and culture.
Benefits under this paragraph shall not apply to books and periodicals advertising and erotic nature and mass media advertising and erotic nature. ".
Article 2. The President of the Russian Federation and to entrust the Government of the Russian Federation to bring its normative acts in compliance with this federal law.
Article 3. This federal law shall enter into force on January 1, 1996 year, valid till December 31, 1998 year and shall cease to have effect with the January 1, 1999 year.
Russian President Boris Yeltsin in Moscow, the Kremlin November 25, 1995, N 185-FZ