VCN- It was stated by the Deputy Director General of Vietnam Customs Mai Xuan Thanh, at a seminar session on specialized Customs and the standardization of procedures with the delegation ...
VCN- On October 26, 2018, in Ho Chi Minh City, in the framework of the APEC Alliance for Supply Chain Connectivity (A2C2), under the support of the US-APEC Technical to ...
VCN - The draft Decree would address remaining shortcomings and renovate the specialized inspection method towards facilitating the import-export activities, reducing costs, and shortening customs clearance time
VCN- The seminar on solutions to promote the development of the National Single Window, the ASEAN Single Window and Trade Facilitation will be held in May 2018.
Trade and industry department of The government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region held a “workshop on the application of global data standard for Supply chain connectivity” in HCM ...
VCN- Mr. Hoang Viet Cuong led a delegation of the HCM City Customs Department to have a meeting with Central Pharmaceutical JSC No. 2.
VCN- WCO explained how it can support TFA including through its expertise in developing trade facilitation standards, communication and capacity building.
VCN- At the first meeting in 2017 of the APEC SCCP, VietNam Customs has given ideas for trade facilitation of APEC member economies.
VCN- The Ministry of Finance has proposed to the Prime Minister to create favourable conditions for transshipment of goods among the international seaports.
VCN- According to the assessment of the VCCI, the implementation and announcement of the National Single Window for businesses has achieved remarkable results thanks to the efforts of VCCI and ...
VCN- A reporter of the Customs Newspaper exchanged with Mr. Pham Duyen Phuong about the key objectives.
VCN-With Myanmar, Vietnam is considered as the largest trade partner, ranking 10th in the trade partner countries of Myanmar.
By September 30, 2016, the revenue collected by Customs has reached 193,594 billion dong equivalent to 71% of estimate.
many enterprises appreciated the proposal of Ministry of Finance about reducing corporate income tax (CIT) from 20% to 17% for small and medium enterprises