Integrated customs tariff to be developed in Kazakhstan
An integrated customs tariff is planned to be developed in Kazakhstan in order to ensure transparency of the customs clearance and simplification of its application concerning goods, measures of tariff and non-tariff regulation, Chairman of the Customs Control Committee Mazhit Yessenbayev said.
The integrated customs tariff is a systematized and codified list of information about all tariff and non-tariff measures applied for import, export of transit including all state requirements for particular goods.
As Chairman of the Customs Control Committee Mazhit Yessenbayev said at the Government session today, introduction of the integrated customs tariff would increase the transparency of the customs procedures.
The main advantage of the integrated customs tariff for business is that it ensures access to the single window of regulative requirements for good crossing the border. The information about administrative and legal requirements will be constantly updated.