Belarus imposes a ban on the export of some manufactured goods, including cars, for six months - GBSI - Global Business Service Information
First Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Nikolay Snopkov signed a new decree, which was published on 22.09.2022 on the national Internet portal. According to the decree, a temporary ban on the export of certain industrial goods is introduced for a period of 6 months. The list of goods prohibited for export includes wagons, tractors, railway locomotives, cars, bicycles, motorcycles, aircraft, various tools and equipment, gas generators, heating equipment, nuclear reactors, fuel elements, engines and other power plants, forklifts, bulldozers, equipment for agriculture and forestry, agricultural machinery, refrigeration and freezing equipment, various types of machine tool products, computers, batteries, vacuum cleaners, telephones, including smartphones, electrical equipment, integrated circuits, medical devices and other types of products.
The ban does not apply to goods accompanied by certificates of origin of goods or an act of examination of the origin of goods, according to which Russian and Belarusian origin is confirmed. Products under one-time licenses issued by the Ministry of Antimonopoly Regulation and Trade, “transported between parts of the territory of the Russian Federation by transit through the territory of the Republic of Belarus”, “exported from the Republic of Belarus to the Russian Federation within the framework of the Union State, including transit through the territories of other states” – will not be subject to a temporary ban on export