Elena N. Rudakova - Doctor of Political Sciences, docent, head of the department of customs law and organization of the customs affairs, Law Institute of the Russian University of Transport
Boris L. Skrynchenko - Candidate of Economic Sciences, professor of the department of customs law and organization of the customs affairs, Law Institute of the Russian University of Transport
Olga Al. Dmitrieva - Candidate of Economic Sciences, associate professor of the department of customs law and organization of the customs affairs, Law Institute of the Russian University of Transport
Vladimir D. Moroz - Candidate of Historical Sciences, docent, senior lecturer of the department of economic theory and military economy, Federal state government military educational institution of higher education "Military University" of the Ministry Defence of Russia
Abstract. This article discusses the issues to unite customs authorities, institutions and organizations that provide a solution to multidisciplinary, common and integral tasks. As the system of customs authorities and its individual components play a major and very important role in the process of customs activity, they are to ensure compliance with the rules and procedures defined in the process of customs regulation through customs administration and the functional component of the customs regulation process. By harmonizing the regulatory framework, it becomes possible for the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) to enter the world economy. The main results of the work are the conducted analysis of the current state of relations between the World Customs Organization and the members of the EAEU and the defined possibility for early integration of the EAEU into the World Customs Organization. The topic is relevant, as a constant increase in the foreign trade volume and the increasing duties of the customs authorities, the use of information systems and technologies becomes most important for the customs. The use of information systems increases the control over the participants of foreign economic activity, accelerates the process of customs clearance and customs procedures. As a result, the authors came to the conclusion that the introduction of more profitable mechanisms to promote Russia's position in the EAEU and to introduce innovations in the domestic productive complex will make it possible to apply customs tariff regulation measures more effectively.
Keywords: customs; foreign economic activity; logistics; information technologies.
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