ArmInfo. Eurasian Economic Commission Board simplified the access to information about vehicle assembly place. Now, every car enthusiast or a member of the supervisory authority will be able to get information on what factory the vehicle is assembled by electronic form, in the presence of the vehicle issued electronic passports.
Corresponding changes made to the order of functioning of the electronic vehicle passports systems of Eurasian Economic Union (EEU). In the previous version of the Order it was not possible to identify the final manufacturer of the vehicle if it was produced in an assembly plant.
The changes proposed Kazakhstan, referring to the fact that most major automakers in the Union, as a rule, have several assembly plants, which are often located in different countries of the Union. A consumer is not indifferent about where the car is assembled: Kazakhstan, Russia, a Member State or, for example, in Germany or China.
Besides, adopted changes in the called procedure and procedure for the formation and maintenance of a single register of manufacturing organizations by the Commission will allow assembly plants directly issue electronic passes. This simplifies and speeds up the procedure, and therefore, improves the EEU states in terms of doing business.
The Eurasian Economic Commission is a permanent supranational regulatory body of the Eurasian Economic Union functioning since February 2nd 2012. The EEU includes representatives of Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia. The Commission's decision is compulsive for Union states. The Chairman of the Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission is Tigran Sargsyan. Agreement on the establishment of the Eurasian Economic Union was signed on May 29 2014, entered into force on 1 January 2015. The Union ensures freedom of movement of goods, services, capital and labor, a coordinated, coherent and unified policy in the various sectors of the economy. The purpose of the Union is to provide conditions for stable development of the economies of the Member States in order to improve the living standards of their populations, a comprehensive modernization, co-operation and competitiveness of national economies. The Supreme Eurasian Economic Council is the supreme body of the Union, which is composed of the Presidents of the Member States. Eurasian Intergovernmental Economic Council is a body composed of the heads of governments of the Member States. Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission is a body composed of Deputy Prime Ministers of the Member States.