An Giang Customs makes efforts to meet revenue target

VCN - An Giang Customs Department has offered solutions to support businesses, production, import and export activities of businesses to raise revenue to complete the assigned revenue target.
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An Giang Customs officers inspect imported paddy rice. Photo: T.H
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Imports decreased

In 2023, An Giang Customs Department was assigned a budget revenue target of VND410 billion by the Ministry of Finance. Accordingly, An Giang Customs Department has proactively implemented professional solutions to facilitate cross-border import and export activities. In the first 11 months of 2023, although the number of customs declarations registered at the provincial border gates rose by 13% to VND29,000, the total official import-export turnover only decreased 16 % year-on-year to US$1,435.262 million. The number of vehicles entering and exiting An Giang border gates reached 39,255, up 27% year-on-yar; the amount of goods in transit reached 354.475 thousand tons, rising 51% year-on-year.

According to An Giang Customs Department, in the first 11 months of 2023, the department carried out customs procedures for nearly 300 businesses, of which the majority are businesses from outside the province.

Deputy Director of An Giang Customs Department Luu Tuan Binh said that with the specific characteristics of managing businesses outside the area, to help businesses conveniently transport and carry out customs procedures for import and export goods, the Customs Department An Giang province has implemented many support solutions. In particular, the department directed their units and border gate customs units to support and promptly remove difficulties for businesses, ensuring openness and transparency in performing public duties; thereby contributing to shortening customs clearance time, facilitating import-export and investment activities in the area; improving the business environment and enhancing provincial competitiveness.

Focusing on anti-revenue loss

The revenue in the area of An Giang Customs Department are mainly from Value Added Tax (VAT). Some major revenues come from: scrap, iron ore, construction sand, agricultural machinery. As of November 8, 2023, An Giang Customs Department has collected more than VND383 billion, reaching 93% of the 2023 revenue estimate.

To achieve the above results, in addition to facilitating and attracting businesses to import and export activities through border gates in the area, An Giang Customs Department focused on anti-smuggling and anti-revenue loss. Accordingly, the department has paid attention to inspecting and reviewing enterprises that made wrong declaration of customs value; notifying the results of pre-determination of codes; conducting exemption from anti-dumping measures; inspecting and reviewing 4-wheeled electric vehicles carrying 10 or more people; classifying golf tools and equipment; adjusting anti-dumping tax rates.

Furthermore, border gate customs branches have checked the taxable value of 11,540 declarations, including items: paddy rice, river sand, scrap paper, scrap iron and steel, garment raw materials, CaCO3 stone powder... As a result, the branches accepted the declared value of 11,256 declarations, suspected the under-value declaration and conducted consultancy for 285 declarations, including 257 declarations for river sand and 28 declarations for CaCO3 stone powder which were transferred to post-customs clearance audit.

Along with that, An Giang Customs Department continues to handle and collect tax debt effectively. Recently, the unit announced a list of 25 businesses delaying tax debt payment, with a total amount of VND 4 billion. These tax debtors are all subject to enforcement debt. Among them, many businesses owe large tax debts such as: Minh Phat private enterprise (No. 81 Nguyen Trai, My Long ward, Long Xuyen city, An Giang), owes VND1,186 billion; An Thai Food Industry Company Limited (No. 27/9 Tran Hung Dao, My Thoi Ward, Long Xuyen City, An Giang), owes over VND1 billion; Ty Hung Construction and Trading Company Limited (No. 513 Hau Giang Street, Ward 11, District 6, Ho Chi Minh City), owes VND244 million... To collect tax debts, An Giang Customs Department has reviewed, classified debts and applied many enforcement measures according to the Law on Tax Administration.

According to leaders of An Giang Customs Department, to meet the revenue estimate of VND410 billion is still a big challenge for An Giang Customs Department in the last month of the year when international trade activities are still difficult and demand of Vietnam’s partners in major markets decreased; Many businesses have had their orders cut and are only operating perfunctorily. Therefore, An Giang Customs Department is continuing to make efforts to implement synchronous solutions to achieve the highest revenue results.

From the beginning of 2023 to October 31, 2023, An Giang Customs Department handled 282 tax exemption applications, with a total exempted tax amount of over VND64 billion; issued four decisions not to collect tax, amounting to VND1.3 billion for frozen fish products that were re-exported to Vietnam; issued 17 tax refund decisions, with an amount of VND15.8 billion for the following items: garment raw materials, bran, river sand, imported aviation scrap, and goods belonging to Van Giao solar power projects.

By Le Thu/ Huyen Trang

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