VCN-Individuals and organizations participating in e-commerce for import and export goods will carry out customs procedures actively and effectively.
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This is the goal set out when the Ministry of Finance is assigned to develop the draft decree on customs management for import-export goods in e-commerce transactions.
Earlier, in the Prime Minister's Decision No. 431/QD-TTg dated March 27, 2020 on management of e-commerce activities for import-export goods, the Ministry of Finance is assigned to develop a decree on customs management for import-export goods in e-commerce transactions and submit it to the Government for promulgation.
Currently, the Ministry of Finance has completed the draft dossier to propose to develop the decree on customs management for import-export goods in e-commerce transations, and gathered comments from ministries, sectors, Central Committee of Vietnam Fatherland Front, Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
In the draft decree, the Ministry of Finance provided issues that need to be addressed, including: the need for issuing the decree, regulations on customs electronic data processing system; regulations on customs procedures, customs valuation, procedures for tax collection and payment for import-export goods traded via e-commerce; regulations on specializedinspections for import-export goods traded via e- commerce.
According to the Ministry of Finance, the draft decree aims to create alegal corridor for individuals and organizations engaged in e-commerce activities for import-export goods to carry out customs procedures actively and effectively.
In addition, it ensures that contents are specifically and transparently stipulated and consistent with international practices, as the basis for prescribing customs procedures and the simple, transparent, convenient and unified implementation, preventing trade fraud. Ensuring fair and healthy competition among entities involved in e-commerce activities.
By Ngoc Linh/Ngoc Loan