In the Kaliningrad region, a law was passed that eliminates a number of obstacles to the work of entrepreneurs. Governor Anton Alikhanov commented on the package of amendments, which was approved in March by the President of Russia.
According to Alikhanov, the law, which collects a set of 12 amendments, will eliminate a number of obstacles to the work of Kaliningrad entrepreneurs who deal with the export of goods from the Kaliningrad region. This was reported on the regional government’s website.
In particular, the governor noted the decision to launch an experiment in e-commerce in the Kaliningrad region. It is about creating a network of bonded warehouses for the storage and distribution of goods sold in fictitious places.
In addition, Alikhanov highlighted the importance of amendments regulating the removal of waste and recyclable materials, the identification of auxiliary operations, the movement of personal property from the Kaliningrad region, and some others.
Earlier, The Eastern Heraldin Kaliningrad reported that Kaliningrad authorities are asking for a moratorium on trucks with regional customs clearance.
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