Romania: High-risk products are defined as part of the new e-transport framework

Enis Gencer
April 8, 2022

The National Agency For Fiscal Administration (ANAF) has issued a draft order on April 8, 2022 to clarify products that are considered high fiscal risk products as part of the new e-transport framework. The order establishes five high-risk product categories as follows:

  • Vegetables, plants, roots and tubers, foodstuffs falling within CN codes 0701 to 0714 inclusive
  • Edible fruits; peel of citrus fruits or melons falling within CN codes 0801 to 0814 inclusive
  • Beverages, alcoholic beverages, and vinegar falling within CN codes 2201 to 2208, inclusive
  • Salt; sulfur; earth, and stones; plaster, lime, and cement falling within CN codes 2505 and 2517
  • Knitted or crocheted garments and clothing accessories falling within CN codes 6101 to 6117, inclusive
  • Clothing and clothing accessories, other than knitted or crocheted, falling within CN codes 6201 to 6212 inclusive and CN codes 6214 to 6217 inclusive
  • Footwear, gaiters, and the like; parts of these articles falling within CN codes 6401 to 6405 inclusive.

High fiscal risk products listed for the e-transport system are almost the same as the ones listed for e-invoicing. The only difference is the category of new constructions, which was listed in e-invoicing but not for e-transport.

If you would like to know more details about the Romanian E-Transport system, see our blog post available here.

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Enis Gencer

Enis Gencer is Regulatory Counsel at Sovos and is based in Istanbul, Turkey. With experience in compliance and legal consultancy he currently undertakes the legal monitoring and analysis of the regulations regarding electronic documents. Enis graduated from Istanbul University Faculty of Law.
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