Particular aspects of foreign economic activity

Assuming to carry out foreign trade transactions, the exporter needs to familiarize himself with a number of documents regulating foreign economic activity.

For trade contracts between parties whose enterprises are located in different countries, the provisions of the United Nations Convention on contracts for the international sale of goods (Vienna, 04/11/1980) are applied.

Requirements of customs, tax and civil legislation, legislation on currency regulation and currency control, etc., have a significant impact on foreign trade transactions.

Within the framework of the EAEU, a single mechanism has been created for applying non-tariff regulation of foreign trade to imports of goods from third countries (including special protective, anti-dumping and countervailing measures). These measures are applied after the investigation and the adoption of an appropriate decision on it.

In trade and economic relations with other countries, the Republic of Belarus uses 3 types of trade regimes: the free trade regime, the most-favored-nation regime, and the preferential regime.