VCN – From January to July 27, Hai Phong Investment/Processing Customs Branch collected VND5, 327 billion, hitting 80.71% of the target and nearly 74% of the desired target, the branch’s manager Pham Viet Than told Customs News.
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Customs operation at Hai Phong Investment/Processing Customs Branch.
According to the manager, the branch recorded positive results in revenue collection thanks to the high growth in import turnover of major commodities like auto parts, machinery and equipment, iron and steel, and the stable operation of firms after the Covid-19 pandemic were under control in the first months of the year.
The biggest contribution is from the flourishing operation of VinFast automobile factory. According to a report by the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA), VinFast’s Fadil car was the most consumed car model in the whole market with 10,127 cars in the first six months of the year.
In addition, the branch promoted administrative reform, customs modernisation and trade facilitation, while strengthening measures to combat revenue loss and collect tax debts.
The branch earned VND72.3 billion via implementing anti-revenue loss measures, especially price rulings. It detected 25 infringing declarations, reaching 16.34% of total suspect declarations, Than said.
By taking measures for tax debt collection, the branch has no tax debts subject to be collected under the target of the GDVC and Hai Phong Customs Department, and no longer has any debts of customs fees from 2020 or earlier.
By Thai Binh/Ngoc Loan