VCN- In addition to the implementation of post clearance audit in the past time, the Customs has removed difficulties and obstacles for the business community.
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|Customs officer at Lang Son implements physical inspection for imported good. Photo: T.B|
According to the General Department of Vietnam Customs, from the beginning of 2018, the Customs has promptly removed difficulties and obstacles for local Customs units and businesses related to the post clearance audit. Specifically, the Customs removed obstacles for Toshiba Industrial Products Asia, Phu Gia Trading Co., Ltd.
Regarding the results from the implementation of post clearance audit for imported and exported goods, as of the end of February, the entire Customs sector implemented 566 audits (of which 502 audits implemented at Custom headquarters and 64 audits implemented at premises of Customs declarants). As for the inspection results, Customs collected VND 256 billion (increasing by 41% compared to the same period in 2017), from tax assessment and administrative violation fines, contributed VND 269.3 billion to the State budget (increasing 143% compared to the same period in 2017, the actual revenue including revenue transferred from previous years).
According to the General Department of Vietnam Customs, the Customs sector continues to develop draft Circular amending and supplementing Circular 72/2015/TT-BTC dated 12th May 2015, regulating the application of an incentive regime in implementing Customs procedures, inspection and supervision for businesses’ imported and exported goods.
In addition, instructing and examining the post clearance audit for imported and exported goods under another regime in key areas and big provinces and cities. Making a list of key businesses to assign Customs units to implement post clearance audit. Focusing on gathering of shortcomings and obstacles in provisions of the law, for processing post clearance audit and guidance documents related to it, for submission to competent agencies for amendment and supplementation to ensure legal framework for the implementation of post clearance audit.
The other key task which has also been focused on by General Department of Vietnam Customs, is to promptly guide and remove difficulties and obstacles for businesses and local Customs units on policies related to the post clearance audit.
Notably, recently, the leader of the General Department of Vietnam Customs has issued Official letter 107/TCHQ-KTSTQ to request local Customs departments to strictly collect information for the post clearance audit.
The leader of the General Department of Vietnam Customs has requested local Customs departments to comply with provisions in Clause 2, Article 3 on post clearance audit issued together with General Department of Vietnam Customs’ Decision 1410/QD-TCHQ dated 14th May 2015.
Especially, the written information collection from declarants must prioritize the collection from information source on the database systems and the professional operations of the Customs sector.
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If the information collection results from Customs show signs of risk, are not clear and full, the competent person will decide to collect further information from declarants.
In 2017, the Customs collected and contributed VND 2,224 billion from Post clearance audit, exceeding the assigned target of VND 224 billion.
The State revenue in 2017, collected by the entire Post Clearance Audit force, the Post Clearance Audit Department (under the General Department of Vietnam Customs) collected VND 729 billion, accounting nearly 33% of the total revenue of the entire force.
By Thai Binh/Ngoc Loan