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The protection of consumer rights has been strengthened in Uzbekistan
The President signed the Law “On amendments and additions to the Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On protection of consumer rights”” No.ЗРУ-746 dated January 18, 2022 (the “Law No.ЗРУ-746”).
In Uzbekistan there have been approved regulatory acts in the field of international transport of goods using the transport international router carnets
In accordance with The Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers “On the approval of some regulatory acts in the field of international transport of goods using the transport international router carnets” dated December 2, 2021 No.727 (the “Resolution No.727”) there were approved the following regulatory acts
The customs authorities of Uzbekistan will make preliminary decisions on the payment of customs duties
In accordance with the Presidential Decree “On simplifying customs procedures and further improving the organizational structure of the State customs service bodies” No.УП-6310 dated September 10, 2021 (the “Decree No.УП-6310”), a Draft Regulation of the State Customs Committee “On the adoption by the customs authorities of a preliminary decision to determine the amount of customs payments payable in relation to goods imported into the Republic of Uzbekistan” (the “Draft”).
A complex of e-commerce information systems “Open Digital Ecosystem” is being launched in Uzbekistan
On November 17, 2021, the Resolution of the President “On improving the administration of electronic commerce and creating favorable conditions for its further development” No.ПП-14 (the “Resolution No.ПП-14”) was adopted.
Tariff quotas for imported goods are introduced in Uzbekistan
The Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers No.728 dated December 2, 2021 approved the Regulation on the procedure for the application of tariff quotas in relation to imported goods (the “Regulation on the application of tariff quotas”).
Roadmap “Electronic trade in EAEU
In the scope of the Roadmap, several measures are prescribed. For example, the change of customs regulation in the sphere of external electronic trade, changes in the non-tariff regulation measures, collection of indirect taxes, receiving statistical data, etc.  
EAEU. Pilot project in Belarus
The decision of the EEC Council N81 has come into action on November 5, 2021. It allowed legal entities who are defined as operators of electronic trade in the framework of the Pilot project to submit international goods for the customs procedure of release for the internal consumption before submission of declaration.
The process of working with the cash register equipment is going through significant changes
The process of working with the cash register equipment is going through significant changes. For example, the usage of the payment terminal for one organization of consumer cooperation retail on several trade objects.
There have been introduced amendments and alterations to the Customs Code of Uzbekistan
The Oliy Majlis on the twentieth plenary session approved the Law “On amendments and changes to the Custom Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan” on October 21, 2021 (the “Law on amendments”). Articles 70 and 81 of the Custom Code have been amended and 10 new articles have also been included. New articles introduce pre-trial settlement of disputes between the customs authorities and entrepreneurs.
Amendments were made to the Rules of trademark registration in Uzbekistan
By the order of the Minister of Justice No.1988-4 dated October 8, 2021, amendments and additions were made to the “Rules of compilation, filing and considering an application for registration of a trademark and service mark” (the “Rules of trademark registration”).
In Uzbekistan there have been introduced customs incentives to support the service sector
In accordance with the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On additional measures to support the service sector” No.УП-6318 dated September 30, 2021 (the “Decree No.УП-6318”), incentives on customs duties of following goods and transports imported into Uzbekistan are extended until January 1, 2024
EAEU. New CN FEA codes
Since January 1, 2022 the 7th Edition of Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (the basis of EEMA CN FEA) will enter into force.