|25 February 2003|
|15:32||sea Is 0% VAT Applicable in Russia?|
In accordance with Clause 169 of the RF Tax Code, the VAT rate for international carriage is 0%.
|12 November 2002|
|11:00||containerUS Customs Security Initiatives|
The 24-hour Advance Manifest Policy that is to be implemented by US Customs for cargo bound for the United States becomes effective 2 December, 2002.
|5 November 2002|
|11:00||seaInternational Road Traffic via Leningrad Oblast Up|
The statistics presented by the Leningrad Oblast Government's press center bear a witness to a steady trend towards the growing volumes of international road transportation via the Oblast.
|27 August 2002|
|11:00||seaTRACECA: Plans and Investments|
The European Union annually earmarks EUR 9-11 ml to assist the TRACECA countries to develop their transport infrastructure.
|12 August 2002|
|11:00||seaRussian Carriers Should Serve Russian Shippers|
An interview with Vyacheslav V.
|27 May 2002|
|11:00||seaRailway Tariff Unification: Phase 2|
|16 May 2002|
|11:00||seaIT in Customs Clearance Process|
|6 May 2002|
|11:00||seaCIS Coordinative Transport Conference: Aims, Objectives, Prospects|
|23 April 2002|
|11:00||seaSea Port of St. Petersburg: Results and Prospects|
What are the main lines of the Port Authority’s investment policy for the current year?
The Port Authority will retain its priorities for 2002: over 1 billion rubles will be assigned for enhancement of operational safety and development of the port infrastructure.
The largest projects include:
- Construction of multipurpose berth N 106, which is a part of the mineral fertilizer terminal in Sea Port of St.
|19 April 2002|
|11:00||seaProblems, Potentials and Prospects for International Transport Companies in the Black Sea Region|
EUROPE AND ASIA
As clearly disclosed in the relevant statistics, the Eurasia has a major disbalance in itself as for the share in the world economy: on one side Europe, representing nearly half of the total global trade and on the other, Asia, a very promising energy source to global economy.
It is today’s general concern to bring the Asian underground sources to surface as early as possible.
|5 April 2002|
|11:00||seaÒransport section of the Federal target Program “The Economic and Social Development of the Far East region in 1996-2005 and till 2010” |
The new edition of the Federal Program “The Economic and Social Development of the Far East region in 1996-2005 and till 2010” was approved of by the Government of Russian Federation on March 19, 2002.
The Program provides for financial and institutional support for the projects aimd at the development of export, which according to the estimates will allows to increase the Far East and Zabaikalie region export volumes up to $7.2 billion in 2005 and up to $12 billion in 2010.
The Far East and Zabaikalie region cover almost 40% of the Russian territory.
|7 February 2002|
|11:00||seaDevelopment Strategy for Kaliningrad Transport|
Such projects as the construction of a deep-sea port in Baltiysk on the territory occupied by the Navy base, reconstruction of the container terminal in Kaliningrad Commercial Seaport, establishment of a railway/auto ferry link between Ust-Luga, Kaliningrad and German ports are defined as the most important areas in the development of the Oblast transport sector.
|31 January 2002|
|11:00||RailCustoms and Transport Sector - Partners Or The Rivals?|
The press conference held January 25, 2002, by Chief of the State Customs Committee Mikhail Vanin, highlighted the Russian Federation's sequentially fulfilling the main task set forth by the World Customs Organization - improving the customs systems effectiveness, assisting and facilitating the trade, and making for simpler border crossing procedures.
Much attention is paid to harmonization of customs procedures and the customs legislation, which means implementation of the latest technologies in customs clearance and control, standardization and simplification of customs procedures.
|28 November 2001|
|11:00||seaPort Klaipeda among Baltic Competing Ports|
The port of Klaipeda, the most western of the FSU ports on the Baltic sea has transport ties with Russia, Ukraine, Belorussia, and Poland on the one hand, and with the Scandinavian and Western European countries, on the other hand.
|4 July 2001|
|11:00||Port SaidCustoms-related Problems in Ukraine|
The 2nd All-Ukrainian shipping conference named a number of acute customs-related problems faced by the country's freight transportation market.
V.V.Sasunov, head of the Crimean regional customs administration, dwelled in his report to the conference on the most important problems concerning customs control in the ocean shipping sector.
According to Mr.
|22 May 2001|
|11:00||seaPositive Aspects in Development of Competition between Alternative Eurasian Transport Corridors and Routes|
The existing Eurasian transport corridors and routes can be conditionally classified into two groups.
The first group are traditional transport corridors, which comprise railroad routes connecting West Europe with CIS and Central Asia; Baltic, Black Sea transport corridors; Transsiberian Main Line as well as the sea route via Suez.
|14 March 2001|
|11:00||seaGTK Order 25 and Russian Transit|
I cannot help but agree with the article by Mr.