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Russian Federation Extends Deadline for Submissions to New Chemical Inventory

The Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation formally announced that the May 1, 2020, deadline to submit substances and mixtures to its chemical inventory is extended to August 1, 2020.
 
Entities exporting products to the Russian Federation should nominate their substances and mixtures to the Russian chemical inventory to ensure continued access to the Russian market.  New substance registration is required for substances or mixtures not on the inventory after the nomination process closes.
 
A company without a legal entity in Russia can appoint an Authorized Representative (AR) to submit information on its behalf and cover importation by its customers in the region.  The appointment of an AR and timely submission allow a non-Russian company to maintain an uninterrupted supply chain into the region and support its Russian customers.
 
More information is available in The Acta Group’s (Acta®) April 2, 2020, memorandum, “Russian Federation Accepting Nominations to New Chemical Inventory”.Acta’s “Eurasia REACH:  Achieving Timely Compliance with New Chemicals Requirements” webinar on May 27, 2020, will provide an overview of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) Technical Regulation (TR) EAEU 041/2017  (Eurasia REACH) and its implementation status, include insights into the Eurasian regional political dynamics and impacts to implementation, and cover the requirements for submitting substances and mixtures to the Russian chemical inventory.  Registration for the webinar is still open. Acta assists clients with AR appointment and provides broad-based, hands-on support in the Russian Federation to support its clients’ regulatory compliance and business success.

©2020 Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.National Law Review, Volume X, Number 121
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