VCN – Deputy Director General of Vietnam Customs Mai Xuan Thanh had a working session with Kim Huat Ooi, Vice President of Intel Corp, and General Manager of Intel Products Vietnam (IPV), on May 11 at the headquarters of the General Department of Customs (GDVC).
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The working session discussed key contents related to the maintenance of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) between the GDVC and IPV to operate smoothly and promote the efficiency of solutions for online information exchange between businesses and customs authorities.
Earlier, on October 19, 2021, IPV sent an official letter requesting to officially connect the EDI webservice to comply with the provisions of Clause 1, Article 60 of Circular 38/2015/TT-BTC on November 1, 2021. On that basis, the Customs IT and Statistics Department under the GDVC has supported and improved the system.
According to IPV's report, from the date of official connection (November 1, 2021) to January 15, 2022, IPV has sent about 2 million goods received notes and goods delivery notes to the Customs system with an average of 24,500 notes per day.
At the working session, Deputy Director General Mai Xuan Thanh and IPV representatives exchanged information for the smooth operation of the EDI system to facilitate the import and export activities of the company and contribute to improving the efficiency of customs control.
In addition, the Deputy General Director provided information about major policies and orientations of Vietnam Customs on reform, modernization to IPV, facilitating the import and export activities of the business community and FDI enterprises.
Notably, the Customs sector is focusing on implementing the Digital Customs System and the Smart Customs model, the project on reforming the model of quality inspection and food safety inspection for imported goods under Decision 38/QD-TTg dated January 12, 2021 of the Prime Minister.
At the working session, Deputy General Director recorded and answered a number of IPV's recommendations and proposals related to norms and authorized economic operators.
On behalf of the IPV delegation, Mr. Kim Huat Ooi sincerely thanked the Deputy Director General for working with the delegation and hoped that Vietnam Customs would continue to support, accompany and create favorable conditions for IPV to develop its operations in Vietnam.
By Thai Binh/Ngoc Loan