The Ministry of Finance plans to develop for 2017, the bill on the national system of labeling. This was stated by Deputy head of the Ministry of Finance Ilya Trunin, reports Rambler News Service.
He explained that this will create a unified system for the chipping of various manufactured goods. The bill, according to officials, will cover any media, such as a RFID or a QR code.
The goods will be marked to admit the coincidence of the data encoded in the tag information item in the information database.
The technological basis of this system, according to Trunina, develops the Federal tax service (FNS). It is assumed that the operating system is selected or created by a single company.
"We need a single operator, that was not so that the under coats one operator, for drugs — the other, under the fish the third and so on, as well as a single legal act", — said Trunin.
19 APR it was reported, Russian authorities are discussing the introduction of mandatory chipping of car numbers. Currently, RFID tags in combating counterfeiting are labeled fur products. Discussion question about chipping and other goods, in particular shoes. In 2017 will conduct an experiment in the marking of QR codes drugs.
The countries of the Eurasian economic Union agreed to implement special chips for marking light industry products in September 2015.
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