Russia passes law introducing state duty for registration of feed additives
2021-05-27 03:01

Russia passes law introducing state duty for registration of feed additives

The Russian State Duma has adopted in its final reading a law introducing a state duty for state registration of feed additives for agricultural purposes. The law will come into force on 1 January 2022, but not earlier than one month after its official publication.

Now the registration procedure is basically free of charge but state registration of additives "does not seem possible as the cost of expertise for the purposes of state registration of one additive exceeds 80 thousand roubles", an explanatory note to the document states.

In this connection the law imposes the state duty of the following amounts: for the state registration of an additive - 85 thousand rubles; for introduction of changes to the documents contained in the registration dossier for the registered additive requiring expert examinations - 34.7 thousand rubles; for introduction of changes to the documents contained in the registration dossier for the registered additive not requiring expert examinations - 7.7 thousand rubles.

The government estimates that federal budget revenues from the introduction of the state duty will be 26 million roubles per year.

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Author: Karina Kamalova