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FAS Will Introduce a Tariff Code
February 14, 2017 22:55


The Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) will develop a Tariff Code - a document determining the order of tariff formation in the regulated fields of activities. “We believe that there should be one more law titled “Concerning Tariff Regulation” or a procedural Tariff Code.

Its task is to establish a legislative framework for dealing with the regulated activities” - Anatoly Golomolzin, the Deputy Head of the Service, explained. According to Golomolzin, this Code should complement the law “Concerning Protection of Competition”, which, in turn, will replace the law “Concerning Natural Monopolies”.

At this, it is planned to abolish the latter. He also noted that the new law will have a chapter on the basic principles of control of those fields where competition is limited for several reasons, as well as the criteria according to which these fields should be classified as natural monopolies. The Deputy Head of FAS told that in May the Service would submit a final report for the year 2016 to the Government, the report’s key theme being tariff regulation.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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