Ho Chi Minh City Customs: Striving to complete the highest state budget collection task in 2023

VCN - The results of state budget revenue of the Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department as of October 10, 2023 were only VND 94,758.3 billion, reaching 64.99% of the estimate of 2023 Ordinance. Tasks in the last months of the year very heavy, so the whole Department is making efforts to achieve the highest state budget revenue results.
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Ho Chi Minh City Customs: Striving to complete the highest state budget collection task in 2023

Saigon port area 1 Customs officers carry out import procedures for businesses. Photo: T.H

Revenue decreased by nearly 13,000 billion VND

Determining state budget revenue is a key task. In recent times, Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department has regularly monitored and evaluated the daily and monthly budget revenue situation. In particular, evaluate the impacts on state budget revenue, fluctuations in import-export turnover, especially import-export turnover of key commodity groups with high tax rates, and the growth of import-export activities of businesses operating in the area; From there, promptly advise, disseminate and implement key documents and tasks to support and facilitate import-export activities and nurture state budget revenue, etc.

However, due to the unstable world economic situation; and geopolitical conflict between Russia and Ukraine; Large economies that are Vietnam's export partners have reduced orders, which has impacted domestic import and export activities in general and Ho Chi Minh City in particular, causing business orders to decrease and import-export goods to decrease deeply in the first half of the year, causing the unit's state budget revenue to decrease. According to statistics from Ho Chi Minh City Customs, in the first 9 months of 2023, the import-export turnover of the number of key contributing items to the state budget revenue of the Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department decreased, such as gasoline and cars, iron and steel, computers, electronic products and components, etc, the total import and export value of goods reached 81.5 billion USD, down 17.65% over the same period in 2022 (equivalent to 17.5 billion USD). USD). Of which, import value reached 42.8 billion USD, down 21.11%; Export value reached 38.7 billion USD, down 13.45%.

From the beginning of 2023 to October 10, 2023, Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department has collected and paid into the state budget 94,758.3 billion VND, reaching 64.99% of the assigned Ordinance estimate (145,800 billion VND), a decrease of 12%. Compared to the same period in 2022, equivalent to a decrease of 12,925.7 billion VND.

Notably, many branches with large state budget revenues decreased sharply, such as Saigon Port Customs Sub-department Area 1 was assigned a revenue target of 51,000 billion VND, only collected over 32,000 billion VND, reaching 63%; The Customs Sub-department of Investment Goods Management was assigned a target of 30,600 billion VND, only collected over 18,800 billion VND, reaching 61%; Saigon Port Customs Sub-department Area 3 was assigned a collection target of 25,400 billion VND, only collected over 15,700 billion VND, reaching nearly 62% of the assigned plan target.

Strive to achieve the highest results

Facing the situation that it is difficult for state budget revenue in Ho Chi Minh City to achieve the assigned planned targets, on October 10, 2023, Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee issued official dispatch No. 5010/UBND-KT directing Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department and relevant units to strengthen revenue management and urge revenue to complete the 2023 state budget collection task in the City.

Implementing the direction of the Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee, striving to complete the highest state budget revenue target in 2023. Director of Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department Dinh Ngoc Thang has asked the heads of units under and directly under the organization to research, thoroughly grasp each executive officer and drastically implement specific contents and solutions, overcomes difficulties to effectively implement state budget collection solutions.

Accordingly, units focus on propagating and implementing tax reduction policies, extending tax payment deadlines, performing tax refund work well, and handling overpaid tax to support nurturing revenue sources in the area; Carry out inspection and review of correct and complete collection at the end of the tax payment extension period; Carry out administrative reform, propaganda, and guidance to create favorable conditions for people and businesses to fulfill their tax obligations.

At the same time, review and firmly grasp the objects and sources of budget revenue in the area, and strive to collect revenue in fields, industries, and businesses that have the ability to increase revenue to compensate for revenue reductions. Control the tax declaration of businesses, organizations and individuals, ensure correct, complete and timely collection of taxes, fees, charges and other revenues into the state budget; Organize the correct and complete implementation of the rectification contents in Official Dispatch 2871 dated October 6, 2023, of the Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department on rectification of customs fee collection and other relevant legal regulations, drastically collect customs fee debt paid to the state budget according to regulations.

Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department continues to drastically implement targeted solutions to prevent revenue loss, such as: focusing on reviewing and inspecting cases with risks related to codes, tax rates, values, quantity, C/O, cases of exemption, reduction, refund, non-collection of taxes, type of processing, export production, export processing, import and creation of fixed assets under investment incentive projects, etc to ensure the right subjects and qualified conditions. Simultaneously, strengthen inspection and control of cases of tax exemption, reduction, and non-collection of taxes, ensuring the right subjects, right purposes, and compliance with the provisions of law.

At the same time, units strengthen revenue management and measures to prevent revenue loss; Drastically collect and handle tax debt, focusing on classifying tax debt into 4 debt groups specified in Decision 2317/QD-TCHQ dated October 24, 2022 of the General Department of Customs as a basis for applying appropriate solutions according to regulations for each debt group; Implement measures to strengthen and promptly apply timely tax debt enforcement measures according to regulations. Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department directs its branches to focus on reviewing, classifying, recovering and handling tax debts arising before January 1, 2023, applying appropriate solutions according to the provisions of law for each debt group, striving to collect the debt to reach over 800 billion VND and not let debt at December 31, 2023, be higher than December 31, 2022.

The Import-Export Tax Department closely monitors the revenue and state budget collection progress of the entire department and each sub-department, promptly reports and advises the Department's leaders in directing and administering budget revenues, striving for the highest completion of state budget collection in 2023.

By Le Thu/Phuong Linh

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