VCN – Electronization of Customs supervision, which is the final stage in the Customs process to move to another stage, is one of the important issues, which is amended and supplemented in the Circular amending and supplementing Circular 38/2015 / TT-BTC.
|Revising Circular 38: Strict control of declaration cancellation and delivery of goods for preservation|
|Circular amending and supplementing Circular No. 38/2015 / TT-BTC: Many new points on channel classification and additional declaration|
|New points on Customs procedures in the Circular amending Circular No. 38/2015 / TT-BTC|
|Import-export activities at ICD Phuoc Long - the area has implemented automated Customs supervision. Photo: Thu Hoa|
According to the drafting committee, the current regulations have not specifically guided the responsibility of coordination and information exchange between port depot and warehouse operators with Customs authority.
The current regulations do not specify that when goods are brought into the port, stored and taken out of Customs supervision area, the port, depot and warehouse operators must check, update and send what information to the Customs; and what information the Customs office must provide to the operators, or when the system encounters problems, etc.
The current regulations do not specify specialized cases (transshipment, transit, change of export border gates, partial export goods, returned goods to inland, failure to declaration registration, etc).
Accordingly, The Circular amending and supplementing Circular No. 38/2015 / TT-BTC amends Article 52 on Customs supervision of import goods across a supervision area which has connected with the system; At the same time adding Article 52a on supervision of export goods across the supervision area which has connected with the system; Article 52b on Customs supervision of other cases; Article 52c on Customs supervision of import and export goods across the supervision area which has not connected with the system; Article 52d on the suspension to take goods across the customs supervision area; and Article 52đ on coordination and information exchange or when the system encounters problems
The important point to be amended and supplemented in the Circular is that when implementing to receive goods, the customs declarant does not have to present paper documents to Customs officers to check and certify the eligibility of goods across the supervision area.
Concurrently, concretizing the responsibilities of the parties (the declarants, port, depot and warehouse operators and Customs authority) in each stage: Before taking goods to the supervision area, and during the loading and unloading of goods to take them to supervision; during the storing of goods at the supervision area; and after taking goods out of the supervision area.
Regarding this issue, the General Department of Customs is currently implementing an automated system for Customs supervision at some local Customs units (Hai Phong, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Ba Ria-Vung Tau) and have brought efficiency in the management, supervision of goods in and out of warehouses, ports and depots.
|The amended Circular 38 will take effect at the same time with Decree 59
VCN- This information was stated by the Acting Director of Customs Control and Supervision Department, Au Anh ...
The modern management method helps the management agencies monitor strictly and timely the movement, change and status of goods from arrival to departure out of ports depots and warehouse, as well as transportation among locations under Customs supervision areas. At the same time, shortening the time and costs of enterprises, improving the compliance of enterprises, preventing fraud and smuggling. By applying the automated system for customs supervision, importers and exporters can minimize paper dossiers submitted to shipping companies as well as Customs authority. As a result, reducing the burden of declaration and speeding up the clearance process.
By Ngoc Linh/ Huyen Trang