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Naudotos automobilių dalys – atliekos ar pakartotinai naudoti skirta prekė?

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Šiandien dažnai kalbame apie žiedinės ekonomikos tikslus bei siekius sumažinti atliekų kiekį, pratęsiant produktų gyvavimo laikotarpį pakartotinai juos panaudojant, suremontuojant, taisant ar perdirbant. Teisinė bazė dar tik kuriama, tai matome ir Kombinuotoje nomenklatūroje, pavyzdžiui, randame nuostatas dėl tam tikrų atliekų ir laužo, dėl naudotų automobilių, tačiau tokių nuostatų nėra dėl naudotų automobilių detalių - todėl gali kilti nesklandumų šias prekes deklaruojant pasirinktai muitinės procedūrai.
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