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Булавин Владимир

Vladimir Bulavin

Head, Federal Customs Service of the Russian Federation
Quotes
05.09.2019
EEF 2019
The Digital Future of Transport Corridors Running through the Far East: International Experience and Russian Realities
The digital future of transport corridors is a joint digital effort of the customs service and our counterparts from abroad, our carriers and business in general
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
SCO Without Borders: Integration of Transport Infrastructure
The Federal Customs Service of the Russian Federation is in constant dialogue with SCO member states, given that almost a third of all of Russia’s trade turnover comes from these countries: almost RUB 145.5 billion
06.06.2019
SPIEF 2019
SCO Without Borders: Integration of Transport Infrastructure
The [SCO member, – Ed.] states are making strong inroads in developing digital technologies: virtually all customs procedures and regimes have been digitalized
24.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Forging the New Global Supply Chain Architecture
Under this new reality customs should be smart, fast, saturated with information, fair and it should promote business. Currently, 100% of customs declarations in the Russian Federation are filed electronically. The next condition is to maintain constant contact with our declarants and participants in external economic activity. It is also necessary to build partner relations with our colleagues abroad. Currently, there are 296 basic agreements in the customs sphere. <...> Ultimately, we will be able to create a digital environment where all commodity flows will be recorded and in which any violation, for example the appearance of counterfeit products, will leave an electronic trace, which will result in immediate action
24.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Coordinating the International Effort Against Illicit Trafficking in Manufactured Goods: Potential Ways Forward
The Federal Customs Service maintains working contacts with almost 70 customs administrations around the world. <...> By the end of the year, together with the Federal Tax Service, we will create a system of traceability from customs release to cash registers, then we will create a system of reverse contours
24.05.2018
SPIEF 2018
Coordinating the International Effort Against Illicit Trafficking in Manufactured Goods: Potential Ways Forward
Recently, the number of participants assigned to the green sector, i.e. to the sector with minimal risks, grew twice. They account for 65% of the declarations. <...> The number of inspections for this category of declarants is now less than 1%