Code 3603 00 100 9
OTHER SAFETY FUSES; DETONATING FUSES
SECTION VI. Products of the chemical or allied industries
|Export duty:||No duty|
Permits, required for import (export)
The list of permits below is based on the HS code only and hence is not exhaustive or exact. Actual documents required for import (export) depend on product properties and other conditions.
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Types of documents: Certificate or Declaration of conformity, other documents stipulated by respective technical regulation
The documents are required for importation of goods that fall within the scope of the EAEU technical regulations, as well as sale and use of those goods throughout the EAEU territory. The common list of such goods is provided in Decision No 526 of the Customs Union Commission of November 28, 2011.
Detailed information for this EAEU HS code is provided below.
Goods with EAEU HS code 3603 00 100 9 may be in the scope of the following EAEU technical regulations:
|Technical regulation CU 028/2012||On safety of explosives and products on their basis|
To find out if the technical regulation applies to the goods, the regulation's scope and goods' specifications should be carefully investigated.
Types of documents: FSTEC Conclusion, FSTEC License, ECC Permit.
The documents are required for exportation from Russia (sometimes for importation) of dual-use goods (or the goods that could be classified as such).
Dual-use goods are goods that could be potentially used for both civil and military purposes.
Foreign trade of the dual-use goods is regulated by the Russian Federation Federal law No 183 "On export control" of July 18, 1999. There are several Presidental acts that approve the Lists of the goods under export control.
Goods classified with 3603 00 100 9 EAEU HS code may fall withine the scope of the following lists:
List of microorganisms, toxins, equipment and technologies subject to export control
Approved by the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of August 20, 2007 N 1083
To tell whether the particular product is under export control, product name and its specifications must be taken into account, not only the HS code.