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On the Question about the Need to Define the Basic Customs Control At Stages of Entry of Goods to and Withdrawal of Goods from the Eurasian Economic Union
Abstract.The subject of the research is the customs control that is carried out as part of customs fomalities and defined by the author of the article as the basic customs control. Having analyzed modern trends of the law development in the Eurazian Economic Union, the author of the article determines special stages of entry of goods to and withdrawal of goods from the Eurasian Economic Union during which the basic customs control is performed. In her research Romanova focuses on the purposes and importance of the basic customs control and offers her own classification of the basic customs control based on successive stages of entry of goods to and withdrawal of goods from the Eurasian Economic Union. In her research Romanova has used such general research methods as dialectics, analysis and synthesis. In the course of her research Romanova has also applied special research methods such as comparative law, structured system approaches and systems analysis. The author's special contribution to the topic is her offering a new conceptual category of administrative law in relation to customs regulation, in particular, definition of the basic customs control. As a result of her research, Romanova proves her author's position that is based on the provisions of the Customs Code of the Eurazian Economic Union and states that there are certain stages of entry of goods and withdrawal of goods during which the basic customs control is performed.
Keywords: customs and tariff regulation, national security, purpose of customs control, classification, stages, basic customs control, customs operations, customs control, prohibitions and restrictions, Eurasian Economic Union
Article was received:16-05-2018
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