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Customs Departments assigned additional targets of State revenue

13:32 | 14/08/2019

VCN- The General Department of Vietnam Customs has issued a dispatch to assign additional revenue in 2019 to eight customs departments including Binh Dinh, An Giang, Tay Ninh, Quang Tri, Quang Ninh, Ha Nam Ninh and Long An and Khanh Hoa.  

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Customs inspection at Cai Lan Seaport Customs Branch, Quang Ninh Customs Department. Photo:T.Tr

The General Department of Vietnam Customs assigned the highest additional target of State revenue to Quang Ninh Customs Department at VND 2,300 billion. Previously, in Directive 723/CT-TCHQ, Quang Ninh Customs department was assigned the target of VND 7,400 billion. With this assignment, the total department’s revenue must reach VND 9,700 billion.

Ha Nam Ninh Customs Department was assigned a new target of 1,500 billion. In Directive 723/CT-TCHQ, the department was assigned a target of VND 5,500 billion. With this assignment, the total revenue must reach VND 7,000 billion.

The General Department of Vietnam Customs assigned a new target of VND 1,100 billion to Long An Customs Department. In Directive 723/CT-TCHQ, this department was assigned VND 2,600 billion. For this assignment, the Long An Customs Department’s revenue must reach VND 3,700 billion.

Binh Dinh Customs Department was assigned an additional target of VND 100 billion. Previously, in Directive 723/CT-TCHQ, the Department assigned a target of VND 711 billion. In April, the Department was assigned VND 389 billion. With the second assignment of additional target, the total department’s revenue must reach VND 1,200 billion.

Tay Ninh Customs Department was assigned a new target of VND 350 billion. Previously, in Directive 723/CT-TCHQ, the General Department of Vietnam Customs assigned an additional target of VND 624 billion to the Department. In April, the Department was assigned VND 320 billion. With this assignment, the total Department’s revenue must reach VND 1,400 billion.

An Giang Customs Department was assigned a new target of VND 190 billion. In Directive 723/CT-TCHQ, the General Department of Vietnam Customs was assigned the target of State revenue of VND 176.5 billions. In April, the Department was assigned an additional target of VND 93.5 billion. Accordingly, the Department’s revenue must reach VND 460 billion.

Khanh Hoa Customs Department was assigned a new additional target of VND 200 billion. In Directive 723/CT-TCHQ, the General Department of Vietnam Customs assigned the additional target of VND 1,140 billion to Khanh Hoa Customs Department. In March, the department was assigned an additional target of VND 1,860 billion. With this assignment, the total department’s revenue must reach VND 3,200 billion.

Quang Tri Customs Department was assigned a new additional target of VND 80 billion. In Directive 723/CT-TCHQ, the department was given an additional target of VND 320 billion. With this assignment, the total Department’s revenue must reach VND 400 billion.

These are customs departments that have surpassed the assigned target. The increase in these department’s revenues is due to imports of machinery and equipment for some solar power projects and carrying out customs procedures at these departments’ customs branches in the first months of the year. In addition, crude oil and CBU cars imports highly increased compared to 2018.

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For example, Quang Ninh Customs Department’s revenue has risen at seaports and border gates. The revenues at seaport (including the Seaport Customs Branches of Hon Gai, Cam Pha and Cai Lan) account for 80 percent. According to Quang Ninh Customs Department, the department’s revenues mainly depend on the major commodities such as petroleum products and coal.

Thus, to balance the revenues among customs departments nationwide, the General Department of Vietnam Customs has assigned additional targets to customs departments with high revenues.

The General Department of Vietnam Customs has requested provincial and municipal customs departments monitor revenues to assign targets to their units to be in line with reality, adjust in accordance with the collection and drastically solutions in collecting and handling tax debts.

The General Department of Vietnam Customs has also requested departments to accurately assess the State budget revenue in the first seven months of the year, turnover, tax revenue and tax refund to balance with the State revenue in the last months of the year, take measures to prevent tax losses and closely monitor the tax refund and comply with provisions of the law.

By Thu Trang/ Ngoc Loan