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2 Angela: Штамп "выпуск разрешен" на ГТД (customs cleared) не обязательно означает свободное обращение товара, есть и другие режимы выпуска, кроме ИМ40.
посмотрите ТК РФ http://www.tks.ru/codex/1000000001 , статья 11. пункт свободное обращение
Why are we talking about "free circulation"? I am confused. I don't want to step on anybody's toes here, but the Russian phrase stands for "customs cleared" meaning that they paid all the dues and can use the goods as they deem necessary.
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Mikhail Mezhiritsky Local time: 18:09 Specializes in field Native speaker of: Russian PRO pts in category: 4