Customs industry drastically performs five revenue collection tasks 2024

VCN – The General Department of Vietnam Customs (GDVC) has issued Directive 371/CT-TCHQ on the unified and drastic implementation of solutions to facilitate trade and improve efficiency of state management and anti-revenue loss in performing tasks in 2024. Accordingly, the GDVC sets key task and requests the entire Customs units and officers to effectively implement.
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Customs industry drastically performs five revenue collection tasks 2024
Officers at Dinh Vu Seaport Customs Branch, Hai Phong Customs Department. Photo: T.B

According to the GDVC, 2024 is forecast a challenging year for the world and Vietnam economies. Meanwhile, the global politics is still complicated and unpredictable, world economic growth as well as the growth of Vietnam’s major trading partners is also predict to decrease.

In Resolution No. 104/2023/QH15 dated November 10, 2023, the National Assembly assigns the revenue estimate 2024 of VND 375,000 billion to the GDVC. The estimate is built on the basis of GDP growth of 6-6.5%, and the crude oil price of US$70/barrel.

The GDVC requests its customs units to drastically perform five key tasks from the beginning of the year.

The first task, the GDVC requires the units to drastically and effectively solutions stated in Resolution No. 01/NQ-CP dated January 5, 2024 of the Government on tasks and solutions to implement the socio-economic development plan, the and state budget estimate, improvement of the business environment, and enhancement of national competitiveness in 2024; Resolution No. 27-NQ/BCSĐ dated January 15, 2024 of the Party Committee of the Ministry of Finance on direction for successful implementation of budget and financial tasks in 2024; to strive to accomplish political tasks and celebrate the 80th anniversary of the establishment of Vietnam Customs with the motto “Solidarity- Discipline - Creativity”, and determine to expedite digital transformation in the Customs industry”; strengthen customs modernization and reform and facilitate trade and import and export activities , and shorten customs clearance time and costs.

The GDVC requires the units to raise awareness of all officers and understand the importance of customs reform and modernization associated with improvement of the efficiency of management during the public duty performance; implement the Vietnam Customs Development Strategy until 2030, and to achieve the goal of building a professional and modern Vietnam Customs on par with the Customs administrations of developed countries, leading in implementing the Digital Government and smart Customs model.

The second task, the GDVC asks the units to focus on reforming customs institutions in a modern, unified and transparent manner, meeting international commitments and customs development orientation. Implementing key working plans and projects 2024 in line with regulations, especially projects on developing legal documents as the legal basis to develop and execute Digital Customs, Smart Customs and customs reform, and improve the efficiency of customs management.

The third task, the GDVC requests units to complete tasks in 2024 under the Digital Transformation Plan to 2025 and orientation to 2030 of the Customs sector. Implement the National Single Window and ASEAN Single Window and build a project on expanding the National Single Window and connecting the ASEAN Single Window.

The fourth task, units are required to strengthen anti-revenue loss through inspection and supervision of the implementation of customs procedures, tax administration, post clearance audit, specialized inspection, internal inspection and prevention of smuggling and trade fraud. Accordingly, the units must focus on implementing solutions such as closely inspecting quantity, weight, category, name, and customs value of imports and exports; classifying and applying code and tax rate and origin of goods; implementing tax exemption/tax reduction/tax refund/tax incentives; reviewing, classifying and handling tax debts; supervising imports and exports, means of transport, goods processed and produced for export, export processing, bonded warehouses, long term warehouse; imported goods sent via express delivery service or postal service; goods in transit, goods temporarily imported for re-export, goods transported under customs control; goods and means of transport transported in, out, and stored at border gates by land, sea, air, railway, and inland waterway.

At the same time, the units must effectively take control measures, post clearance audit, specialized inspection, internal inspection; use machinery, equipment, and support tools in customs supervision and control.

The fifth task, the GDVC requests the units to strictly comply with regulations on fiscal policy, and conclusions and recommendations of inspection and audit teams and the Central Inspection Committee; and strengthen internal inspection and internal self-inspection.

In addition, the GDVC also asks units to strictly implement the Inspection Plan of the Ministry of Finance which was assigned to the GDVC and local customs departments in 2024, the GDVC’s internal inspection plan in 2024, and considers this an important and regular task of each unit and officer in the whole the Customs industry.

By Nu Bui/Ngoc Loan

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