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Efforts to help businesses recover production urgently needed

17:43 | 10/12/2021

VCN – The 2021 Virtual Dialogue Conference, organized by the Ministry of Finance and Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), was held on the afternoon of December 8 in Hanoi. The Deputy Minister of Finance, Vu Thi Mai, and VCCI’s Chairman, Pham Tan Cong, were in attendance.

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The Dialogue Conference on the afternoon of December 8. Photo: Thuy Linh.
The Dialogue Conference on the afternoon of December 8. Photo: Thuy Linh.

This is an annual conference of the Ministry of Finance and the VCCI to assist businesses in accessing tax and customs policies and promptly remove potential difficulties businesses may have. Speaking at the opening of the Conference, VCCI’s Mr. Pham Tan Cong said, “the conference was held in eight provinces and cities across the country. This is the 16th consecutive year that the Business Dialogue Conference has been organized by the Ministry of Finance and VCCI, showing the Ministry of Finance's determination in reform and in accompanying businesses in overcoming difficulties related to administrative procedures. This is an opportunity for the Ministry of Finance and relevant agencies to discuss the problems troubling businesses and introduce solutions to reduce the burden on the business community.”

"The tax and customs sectors have continuously reformed administrative procedures and changed their thinking and working style in a modern and professional way. With regard to living together with the pandemic, the conference showcases the efforts of the Ministry of Finance and VCCI in supporting businesses in business and production recovery”, said Pham Tuan Cong.

VCCI’s leader also said that in the process of preparing for this conference, through monitoring and assessing the business satisfaction level, VCCI has collected information from businesses through many different channels, and identified problems that enterprises often face related to tax and fee refunds, transit code application and overloaded goods. All comments have been sent to the relevant authorities of the Ministry of Finance.

This conference is a place where businesses can share comments, questions and recommendations, which are then updated on the website of the Ministry of Finance and VCCI.

Speaking at the conference, Deputy Minister of Finance, Vu Thi Mai, affirmed that the Covid-19 pandemic has been developing in a complicated and unpredictable manner, causing many difficulties for production for enterprises. In the foreseeable future, the Ministry of Finance will continue to closely monitor developments and advise competent authorities for appropriate support solutions.

At the same time, they will work with the Ministry of Planning and Investment and other ministries to research and report to the Government on economic recovery and development, and submit it to competent authorities to develop subsequent support solutions.

The Dialogue Conference on Tax and Customs Policies and Procedures in 2021 has the participation of more than 600 businesses at nine points nationwide.

This conference mainly focused on two main points, notifying changes in policies and new administrative procedures in the field of tax and customs and answering difficulties for businesses.

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The specific comments and problems of businesses will also be answered by the Ministry of Finance, the General Department of Taxation and the General Department of Customs.

By Thuy Linh/ Huyen Trang