VCN – Among 285 enterprises violating the specialised inspection management policy that were denied to take goods for preservation by the Customs Department of Ho Chi Minh City, most of them have violated the registration field.
|Verifying imported goods at Cat Lai port. Photo: T.H|
According to Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department, among the above enterprises, 257 violated the customs management policy for goods that were allowed to be brought into storage during waiting time for specialised inspection results. However, it is already overdue the deadline while the enterprises still has not submitted the inspection results.
Besides that, 27 enterprises were sanctioned for administrative violations by HCMC Customs Department, and were not allowed to take back goods for preservation within six months from the date of issuing the sanctioning decision due to late submission of specialised inspection result.
Notably, in the list of enterprises violating specialised inspection management policy this time, most enterprises have owed the results of specialised inspection in the field of registration.
There are five enterprises which delayed submission of specialised inspection results or have vacated the registered business address.
The HCM City Customs Department has sent a list of violated enterprises to local customs units nationwide to coordinate for implementing sanctions against violated enterprises on specialised inspection.
By Lê Thu/Thanh Thuy