VCN – In January 2020, Quang Tri Customs conducted specialised inspections for 507 of 968 import and export declarations, accounting for 52.3 percent, up by 4.7 percent from December 2019.
|Quang Tri: Preventing transportation of goods without legal invoices and documents|
|Cross-border trade deal bolsters Vietnam-Laos economic links|
|Quang Tri Customs prevents drug transportation across border gates|
|Customs officers of Lao Bao border gate Customs Branch (under Quang Tri Customs Department) inspected import and export goods. Photo: Q.H|
As for Quang Customs Department, imported goods subject to specialised inspection were milk, yogurt, live animals (buffalo, cow and chicken) frozen fishcakes, agro-forestry products (wood of all kinds, fresh cassava roots and sliced cassava), and cassava starch.
Notably, agricultural products such as fresh cassava roots and sliced cassava are subject to quarantine and food safety inspections, but most businesses used reduced inspections according to Decree No. 15/2018 / ND -CP of February 2, 2018, detailing a number of articles of the Law on Food for 35 cases.
On the other hand, exports subject to specialised inspection include wood chips (specialised inspection result is not required to be submitted at the customs clearance time), refined rutile ore and construction sand, etc.
Besides, most imported goods had certificates of origin (C / O form D, S).
|Customs in the fight against drugs - Part 2 - Use of scanners and dogs to detect drugs
VCN- The process of fighting drug crimes, based on the functions and tasks of each force, the ...
During the inspection and specialised management, the Customs Branch closely coordinated with the specialised management agency at the border gate to ensure the management, as well as facilitate import and export activities of enterprises.
By Quang Hung/ Huyen Trang