General Department of Vietnam Customs held a ceremony to announce the appointment to Au Anh Tuan as Director of Customs Control and Supervision Department
From the beginning of the year, the Customs sector has worked with competent forces to tackle 131 cases with 118 people.
Director General of Vietnam Customs Nguyen Van Can signed Decision 3136/QĐ-TCHQ and appointed Chu Quang Hai to a new position as Director of Nghe An Customs Department
Customs generate nearly 1,350 billion VND for State revenue, collected by post clearance audit force of Customs sector from the beginning of the year to September 15.
Mr. Nguyen Hung Anh – Deputy Director of Anti-smuggling and Investigation Department was appointed to be Director of the Anti-smuggling and Investigation Department
VCN - On September 6, the General Department of Customs was honoured at the Vietnam Digital Awards 2019 in the category of state agency with excellent digital transformation.
By implementing non-cash payments, in the first six months of 2019, the amount of import – export duty paid via electronic payment was 162,944 billion VND
The General Department of Vietnam Customs has issued Plan No.4575/KH-TCHQ on strengthening control drugs and precursor substances in the Customs sector.
In the first six months of 2019, the Customs sector handled nearly 6.3 million dossiers, 98 percent of which were processed via the internet
VCN - The new IT system of the Customs sector is based on the application of new technological achievements, towards digital customs and meeting the requirements of intelligent management;
Thanks to applying a series of loss prevention mearsures, the Customs sector collected 1,854 billion VND from the professional operations of customs authorities
Till May 26, revenue collection of the whole Customs sector hit 140,957 billion VND, 46.9% of the current appropriation and 44.68% of the target
In the first quarter, the Customs sector dealt with a total of 4,039 violations, with value of infringing goods estimated at nearly 321 billion VND
The information technology system (IT) of the Customs sector must ensure technological requirements, help with import-export management
VCN - In particular, the Customs sector continues to strengthen the responsibilities of the leaders in the implementation of administrative reforms