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Traceability as an element of the system of state control over the goods turnover

Journal: European Scientific e-Journal (Vol.2022, No. 4)

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Page : 19-28

Keywords : traceability; turnover of goods; labeling of goods; consumer; federal law; decree of the Government of the Russian Federation;

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The priority areas of the state's activities include ensuring the national security of the Russian Federation and controlling the turnover of illegal products. National security, including food security, is conditioned by many factors. One of them is the possibility of traceability of the goods movement at all stages of their turnover and control over the safety of such goods. Documentary traceability is not transparent. There is no possibility to track the goods movement in real-time. Also, paper accompanying documents are easily forged, which allows you to enter the market of illegal (counterfeit and falsified) products. The purpose of the study is to analyse the features of the Concept of creating and functioning in the Russian Federation of a system of labelling goods using identification and traceability of the movement of goods. Analytical, logical, and historical methods were used to achieve the purpose and solve the research tasks. In the study course, materials of state and international documents were used: federal laws, resolutions and orders of the Government of the Russian Federation, the National Marking System “Honest MARK”. The authors conclude that the traceability development is extremely significant for the management of commodity flows, tax deductions, and product quality since despite the sufficiently debugged and digitized goods' labelling system on the Russian Federation territory and its compatibility with labelling control systems in other countries, there are still some elements of the system that allow bypassing it.

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