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Mandatory Marking of Shoes Postponed to July

Mandatory Marking of Shoes Postponed to July

The effective date of mandatory marking requirements for shoes has been postponed until the 1st of July, 2020 (initially, the date had been set to the 1st of March). The corresponding decree signed by the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin has been published on the official website of the government. Based on…

Clothing and fabric imports continue to grow

Clothing and fabric imports continue to grow

In the first nine months of this year imports of clothes into Russia in monetary terms have increased 2.7 percent compared the same period last year, reaching USD 5.6 billion, according to data published by the Federal Customs Service of Russia. It should be noted that in the first eight months of the year, the…

Primorsky Krai to get more clothes and groceries from South Korea

Primorsky Krai to get more clothes and groceries from South Korea

Primorsky Krai and South Korea’s province Kangwon have opened a new pavilion in Vladivostok to present samples of South Korean products. A similar showcase with Russian products will be opened next month in Kwangon’s Wonju, according to a communique issued by the press service of the Primorsky Krai government. Today the new pavilion has about…

Import trends of clothes and fabrics remain positive

Import trends of clothes and fabrics remain positive

According to the Federal Customs Service, during the first eight months of this year the import of clothes in monetary terms amounted to USD 4.9 bln, which is 2.2% more than the same period of last year. According to the results for August, import of clothes increased by 2.1% compared to the same month of…

Imports of clothes and footwear are up

Imports of clothes and footwear are up

In the first seven months of this year imports of clothes into Russia in money terms have gone up 2.1 percent on the same period of last year, reaching USD 4.1 billion, according to data published by the Federal Customs Service of Russia. January through July saw 171.6 billion square meters of cotton fabrics imported…

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