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Cao Bang Customs: Supervised nearly 25,000 shipments of temporary import and re-export

08:35 | 27/10/2018

VCN – The number of temporary import and re-export declarations through the province is not huge, but the turnover has increased more than 26% over the same period in 2018.

cao bang customs supervised nearly 25000 shipments of temporary import and re export
Cao Bang Customs officials supervised temporary import and re-export goods. Photo: T.Bình

According to Cao Bang Customs Department, in the report of October (from 16/9 – 15/10), the unit has implemented 2,453 temporary import and re-export declarations with a total value of $US 150 million. This result showed the reduction on declarations by 26%, and 56% on turnover compared to the previous month.

The cumulative figures from the beginning of the year to 15/10; the whole department supervised 24,947 sets of declarations of this type with total value of $US 1.666 billion, increased by 2% in number of declarations and 26% in value compared with the same period in 2017.

The commodities in the form of temporarily imported and re-exported through the border area Cao Bang are mainly frozen meat; frozen seafood; cars; cigarettes…

The area for opening declarations is mainly at the departments under Hai Phong Customs Department. The re-export areas in Cao Bang are fairly uniform in most of the border customs branches: Ta Lung, Tra Linh, Pe Peo, Soc Giang, Bi Hai; Technique Team Na Lan (Ta Lung Customs Branch), Technique Team Ly Van (Bi Ha Customs Branch).

Regarding to the implementation procedures for import-export goods, according to Cao Bang Customs Department, by 15/10, the unit has implemented clearance procedures for goods that were worth $US 529 million, decreased by 17% over the same period in 2017.

Total revenue collection of the unit until middle of October was 123 billion VND, decreased by 27% over the same point in time last year, exceeding 2.5% of the target for the year (120 billion VND) and achieved 92.5% of the assigned target by the General Department of Vietnam Customs (135 billion VND).

By Thái Bình/Thanh Thuy