Strengthening control of imported cars for non-commercial purposes

VCN- The General Department of Vietnam Customs (GDVC) has requested units to strengthen control of imported cars for non-commercial purposes through the strict management of applications for vehicle import permits, ensuring sufficient and unified documents.
Handling imported cars of entities eligible for immunities and privileges which have not been transferred Handling imported cars of entities eligible for immunities and privileges which have not been transferred
Hai Phong Customs: The first branch achieves revenue collection of VND 10,000 billion Hai Phong Customs: The first branch achieves revenue collection of VND 10,000 billion
Procedures for import and transfer of cars and motorbikes subject to privileges and immunities Procedures for import and transfer of cars and motorbikes subject to privileges and immunities
Strengthening control of imported cars for non-commercial purposes
Cars are imported at Hai Phong Seaport. Photo: Thai Binh

Accordingly, the GDVC required municipal and provincial customs departments to follow Circular 143/2015/TT-BTC dated September 11, 2015 of the Ministry of Finance and the GDVC’s guiding documents to closely control applications for vehicle import permits. Customs must request organizations and individuals to submit documents proving a donation (if any).

When granting a license to import cars for non-commercial purposes as per the provisions of Circular 143, the customs departments must send a copy of documents to the GDVC for inspection and control.

The customs departments must provide the list of organizations and individuals that have been granted the permit and the copy of the permit to the General Department of Taxation and local tax authorities.

The inspection and customs valuation of imports and exports without sale contracts or commercial invoices will comply with the provisions of Clause 5, Article 17 of Circular 39/2015/TT -BTC dated March 25, 2015 amended and supplemented in Clause 9 Article 1 of Circular 60/2018/TT-BTC dated August 30, 2018 of the Ministry of Finance, Point 2.2, Article 4 of Decision 1810/QD-TCHQ dated June 15, 2018 and Official Letter 3229/TCHQ-TXNK dated June 25, 2021 of the GDVC.

By Ngoc Linh/Ngoc Loan

Related News

Imported cars decreased, budget revenue of Ho Chi Minh City Customs encountered difficulties

Imported cars decreased, budget revenue of Ho Chi Minh City Customs encountered difficulties

VCN - Although the import-export turnover of taxable goods through Ho Chi Minh City border gates from the beginning of the year to the end of April 2024 increased, many items with high tax rates and large values ​​decreased, affecting revenue sources of State budget of Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department.
Positive signals from solutions to remove difficulties for imported cars

Positive signals from solutions to remove difficulties for imported cars

VCN – Customs Magazine has publicized and updated information after agencies enforcement units have implemented specific solutions. Currently, imported trucks have increased more than two times compared to normal days.
Cao Bang Customs: Revenue collection achieves impressive growth

Cao Bang Customs: Revenue collection achieves impressive growth

VCN - Cao Bang Customs Department collected more than VND2,500 billion in revenue in the first ten months of the year - the highest result since the unit's establishment in 1952.
89 diplomatic cars have not yet completed transfer procedures

89 diplomatic cars have not yet completed transfer procedures

VCN - These are cars that are temporarily imported for tax exemption by entities granted diplomatic privileges and immunities in Vietnam that have been sold or given as gifts to other organizations or individuals in Vietnam. However, it has not yet completed the transfer procedures in accordance with the provisions of the law.

Latest News

There is no basis to confirm that loss of export goods occurs at Cat Lai port: Saigon New Port

There is no basis to confirm that loss of export goods occurs at Cat Lai port: Saigon New Port

VCN - VCN - The risk of loss of goods occurs at many stages, currently there is no basis to confirm that the loss of goods occurs at Cat Lai port.
Ho Chi Minh City: Prosecuting many cases of smuggling and trading counterfeit goods

Ho Chi Minh City: Prosecuting many cases of smuggling and trading counterfeit goods

VCN - The situation of smuggling and trade fraud in Ho Chi Minh City is strictly controlled, but new tricks appear. Authorities have prosecuted many cases criminally.
The fight against drug crimes is still extremely arduous and challenging

The fight against drug crimes is still extremely arduous and challenging

VCN - Director of the Anti-Smuggling and Investigation Department (General Department of Vietnam Customs) Nguyen Hung Anh gave an interview to Customs News on the occasion of the peak month of drug prevention and combat in 2024.
Deploying Operation Mekong Dragon VI, Vietnam Customs joins hands to prevent drugs

Deploying Operation Mekong Dragon VI, Vietnam Customs joins hands to prevent drugs

VCN - Vietnam Customs and member countries have launched Operation Mekong Dragon VI with many specific programs in cooperation to fight against smuggling and illegal transportation of narcotics, wild flora and fauna.

More News

Drug crimes pose potential risks on all three routes

Drug crimes pose potential risks on all three routes

VCN - According to the General Department of Customs, criminal activities of illegally trading and transporting narcotics across the border still pose potential risks at 3 routes (air, sea and road).
Outstanding results in cooperation in customs control and enforcement of ASEAN Member States

Outstanding results in cooperation in customs control and enforcement of ASEAN Member States

VCN - ASEAN Member States have implemented many programs and initiatives on customs cooperation in the fight against smuggling and trade fraud, and ensuring supply chain security.
Temporary postponement of exit - a tough measure to collect tax debt effectively

Temporary postponement of exit - a tough measure to collect tax debt effectively

VCN - Many businesses sluggishly pay tax debt regardless of various enforcement measures from the Customs agency. Only when the legal representative is suspended from leaving the country will the business pay taxes.
Customs Forces deploy peak month for drug prevention and combat

Customs Forces deploy peak month for drug prevention and combat

VCN - Deputy Director General of the General Department of Vietnam Customs Luu Manh Tuong has just directed affiliated and subordinate units to strengthen solutions to implement the Action Month for drug prevention and combat in 2024.
Vietnam Customs proactively launch Mekong Dragon Campaign phase 7

Vietnam Customs proactively launch Mekong Dragon Campaign phase 7

VCN - The Mekong Dragon Campaign Coordination Group has agreed to continue implementing the Mekong Dragon Campaign Phase VI, which focuses on customs cooperation to combat drug trafficking and the illegal trade in wildlife (animals, plants, and CITES-listed products) in the Asia-Pacific region. The campaign will run from April 15, 2024, to September 16, 2024.
Launching a peak attack and suppressing drug-related crimes nationwide

Launching a peak attack and suppressing drug-related crimes nationwide

VCN - The Government Office has issued document No. 3631/VPCP-KGVX on implementing the Drug Prevention Action Month in 2024 (from June 1 to June 30, 2024) with the theme "Together for Drug-Free Communities".
HCM City prevents and handles many prominent groups of counterfeit and smuggled goods

HCM City prevents and handles many prominent groups of counterfeit and smuggled goods

VCN - Competent forces in HCM City have focused on controlling and handling many outstanding groups of contraband and counterfeit goods on the market under the direction of the Prime Minister.
Lang Son Customs prevents fraud in declaration

Lang Son Customs prevents fraud in declaration

VCN - The situation of businesses and customs declarants making false declarations about goods names, quantities, types, commodity codes and importing goods that do not meet the conditions... through border gates in the area Lang Son province is increasing. Lang Son Customs has required units to take many professional measures to promptly prevent this.
Seize nearly 200 kg of drugs transported from Laos to Vietnam

Seize nearly 200 kg of drugs transported from Laos to Vietnam

VCN - Nearly 200 kg of all kinds of drugs which was transported on tourist cars from Laos to Vietnam through Nam Giang international border gate were seized by competent forces.
Read More

Your care

Latest Most read
There is no basis to confirm that loss of export goods occurs at Cat Lai port: Saigon New Port

There is no basis to confirm that loss of export goods occurs at Cat Lai port: Saigon New Port

VCN - VCN - The risk of loss of goods occurs at many stages, currently there is no basis to confirm that the loss of goods occurs at Cat Lai port.
Ho Chi Minh City: Prosecuting many cases of smuggling and trading counterfeit goods

Ho Chi Minh City: Prosecuting many cases of smuggling and trading counterfeit goods

VCN - In addition, Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department has transferred more than 10 cases with criminal signs to the Police Investigation Agency and Ho Chi Minh City Police to investigate and prosecute according to their authority.
The fight against drug crimes is still extremely arduous and challenging

The fight against drug crimes is still extremely arduous and challenging

Director of the Anti-Smuggling and Investigation Department Nguyen Hung Anh gave an interview to Customs News on the occasion of the peak month of drug prevention and combat in 2024.
Deploying Operation Mekong Dragon VI, Vietnam Customs joins hands to prevent drugs

Deploying Operation Mekong Dragon VI, Vietnam Customs joins hands to prevent drugs

VCN - Vietnam Customs and member countries have launched Operation Mekong Dragon VI with many specific programs in cooperation to fight against smuggling and illegal transportation of narcotics, wild flora and fauna.
Drug crimes pose potential risks on all three routes

Drug crimes pose potential risks on all three routes

VCN - According to the General Department of Customs, criminal activities of illegally trading and transporting narcotics across the border still pose potential risks at 3 routes (air, sea and road).
Mobile Version