Online Shopping duty-free import limits may drop to €200 for Armenia

The reduction will be implemented in stages: starting from 2019, the monthly threshold in the EAEU countries, including Armenia, will be set at €500

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Members of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) on Friday, February 2 agreed on duty-free import limits for online shopping (ecommerce), Russian prime minister Dmitry Medvedev said, according to Interfax.

The reduction will be implemented in stages: starting from 2019, the monthly threshold in the EAEU countries, including Armenia, will be set at €500, and will drop to €200 beginning from 2020.

“The decision has already been made and has been recorded in the acts of the Eurasian Union,” Medvedev was quoted as saying.

Threshold values for duty-free import of goods to the EAEU member states vary from country to country: about €333 in Armenia, €22 in Belarus, €1000 in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia.

Via Panarmenian.netE-commerce duty-free import limits may drop to €200 for Armenia
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