Kazakhstan will start mark fur coats soon. This measure is prescribed in the law, which was adopted by the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union. The developers hope that it will help in the fight against counterfeit goods and illegal business. With the help of labeling, consumers will be able to find out where and who manufactured goods. In Kazakhstan, the law should come into force from September.

 

Lyubov KHUDOVA, PRESIDENT OF ASSOCIATION OF LIGHT INDUSTRY ENTERPRISES OF KAZAKHSTAN:

 

In Russia, as the work started, they took stock of all fur products, which have been in storage, which are to be received. In due time all the chips have been purchased, shipped. Today, according to the Russian Fur Union, more than one million business owners had already bought these chips and registered in this marking system. In Kazakhstan this process is at the zero stage.

 

After the marking is set, all goods imported from abroad, must be prepared by all standards within 30 days. The cost of the special chips for marking, according to experts, will not be high. Therefore, it will not affect the price of fur coats. By the way, the same law exists in the European Union. Therefore, EU products don’t need additional labeling.

 

Bakytbay KOPBASSAROV, CHIEF EXPERT, STATE REVENUE COMMITTEE, KAZAKH MINISTRY OF FINANCE:

 

Marking of coats primarily provides information about the manufacturer of the coat, as well as its importer. This is the main point. At the same time, it enables public authorities to track down the goods. For legitimate businesses, we held talks with the importers and they support such project.

 

Dana ZHUNUSSOVA, DEPUTY CHAIRPERSON, ‘ATAMEKEN’ NATIONAL CHAMBER OF ENTREPRENEURS:

 

The aim of the labeling in the information system is to track down the movement of goods, starting from import and production. This requires interaction of several government agencies, including the customs authorities, manufacturers, so that they can create a personal area and add the data on produced and imported fur coats. This requirement applies only to entrepreneurs.

 

Business woman Yuliya Togobitskaya supports this new rule, and believes that this will help to eliminate unscrupulous suppliers.

 

Yuliya TOGOBITSKAYA, DIRECTOR OF FUR TRADING COMPANY:

In December 2015, the National Chamber ‘Atameken’ invited us to the first meeting on the labeling of fur products. Then, we learned that it would be exactly implemented and we had to prepare for it. At the meetings we were told in detail about who this would be happened. It will be the online system. And, due to this system, we will send two types of labeling, as pasted and mounted.

 

The pilot project in the Eurasian Economic Union is designed for 2 years. If it will help in the fighting with shadow business, we will massively mark as mandatory for enterprises of light industry. Experts emphasize, the law applies only to entrepreneurs. Individuals are not obliged to put marking on the goods purchased abroad.

 

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