VCN- If successfully connecting the ASEAN Single Window with Laos and Myanmar, by the end of 2019, the number of countries that Vietnam connects to this system will increase to eight.
|It is neccessary to share information via National Single Window|
|Striving to complete connection of 61 procedures with the National Single Window|
|Adding the function of automatic response on receiving e-C/O form D|
|National Single Window interface.|
According to the General Department of Vietnam Customs at the 31stSCA-ROO meeting (the Sub-Committee on ATIGA Rules of Origin) and report of the ASEAN Secretariat, Laos and Myanmar have completed the pilot phase and are ready for official connection to the ASEAN Single Window to exchange ATIGA C/O form D.
Accordingly, the two countries will connect to ASW in December.
To connect C/O form D, the General Department of Vietnam Customs (the Standing office of the National Steering Committee for ASW, NSW and trade facilitation (Committee 1899)) issued a written request to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (the C/O form D issuer) tonotify enterprises applying for ATIGA C/O form D for goods exported to Myanmar and Laos on the implementation.
Review e-data on ATIGA C/O form D for goods exported to Myanmar and Laos to send to the National Single Window.
The General Department of Vietnam Customs has proposed the Ministry of Industry and Trade to coordinate with the Standing office of Committee 1899 in connecting the ASEAN Single Window with Laos and Myanmar.
In addition, The General Department of Vietnam Customs will issue written guidance to instruct local customs departments to check and process ATIGA C/O form D sent from Laos and Myanmar and coordinate during the implementation.
Currently, Vietnam has exchanged C/O form D with six ASEAN countries via ASEAN Single Window, including: Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Brunei and Cambodia.
By the end of November 15, the total C/O sent from Vietnam to ASEAN countries was 185,026 C/O; The total C/O that Vietnam received from ASEAN countries was 111,841 C/O.
By Thai Binh/Ngoc Loan