VCN- According to the General Department of Customs (GDVC), from 1st January to 2nd February 2018, the Customs sector implemented 111 audits (of which 70 audits were implemented at head offices of Customs, 41 audits were implemented at premises of Customs declarants). Total tax amount of tax assessment and administrative sanction is VND 140.7 billion, and the actual amount contributed to the State budget is VND 87 billion.
|Customs collects more than VND 63 billion from the inspection|
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|The comparative chart of the results of post-clearance audit in 2017 and 2016. Chart: T.B|
Regarding the post-clearance audit, in the coming time, the Customs sector continues to develop a Draft Circular amending and supplementing Circular 72/2015/TT-BTC dated 12th May 2015 stipulating conditions for application of priority regime in carrying out Customs procedures, inspection, and supervision for imported and exported goods of businesses.
At the same time, it will guide and examine the post clearance audit for exported and imported goods under another regime in key areas and large provinces and cities. Making the list of key businesses to assign units to implement post clearance audit; focusing on gathering obstacles and shortcomings in provisions of the law and process of post clearance audit and guidance documents related to the post clearance audit to submit competent agencies for amendments and supplements, ensuring legal framework for the deployment of post clearance audit.
The task also focused on by the GDVC is to instruct and remove difficulties and obstacles of businesses and local Customs Departments on policies related to the post clearance audit.
Notably, recently, the leader of the GDVC has issued Official Letter 107/TCHQ-KTSTQ requesting local Customs Departments on the information collection for the Post Clearance Audit.
The leader of GDVC requested local Customs Departments to comply with provisions in Clause 2, Article 3 on the procedures of post clearance audit enclosed with Decision 1410/QD-TCHQ dated 14th May 2015 of the GDVC.
Especially, the written information collection from declarants must give priority to information from information sources in the database system and Customs specialized operation.
In cases where the results of information collection from the Customs authority show a sign of risk but they are insufficient and unclear, the competent officer will decide to collect more information from the declarant.
In 2017, the Customs collected and contributed VND 2,224 billion from the Post clearance audit, exceeding the assigned target of VND 224 billion.
|Customs collects more than VND 63 billion from the inspection
VCN - In which, the revenue from the inspections by the General Department of Customs accounts for ...
In the State revenue in 2017 for the entire Post clearance audit force, the Post Clearance Audit (under the GDVC) contributed over VND 729.3 billion, accounting for nearly 33% of total revenue of the entire force.
By Thai Binh/Ngoc Loan