Support required to grasp customs boon

Support required to grasp customs boon

A preferential customs treatment can help export processing enterprises make powerful savings each year, but only a few manufactures meet the criteria to enjoy these incentives.
ACTS eyes expansion to benefit from regional trade flows

ACTS eyes expansion to benefit from regional trade flows

Igor Driesmans, EU Ambassador to ASEAN and Paul Mandl, team leader of the ARISE Plus Programme discuss the benefits and future prospects of ACTS.
Taiwanese shoemaker Pou Chen granted customs priority

Taiwanese shoemaker Pou Chen granted customs priority

Pou Chen Vietnam Enterprise Company Limited has just been received customs priority.
Customs privileges set to widen

Customs privileges set to widen

A wider door will open for many Vietnam-based firms to benefit from new special customs priorities.
Japan-funded e-customs project to facilitate trade

Japan-funded e-customs project to facilitate trade

The Vietnam Automated Cargo and Port Consolidated System and the Vietnam Customs Information System (VNACCS/VCIS) will further smooth the way for import-export activities once it is put into operation by the end of this year.
Customs system a weight off firms’ minds

Customs system a weight off firms’ minds

The recently improved customs clearance system is expected to ease firms’ burdens.
BMW importer fights  tax evasion charges

BMW importer fights tax evasion charges

Euro Auto, the officially authorised importer of BMW cars in Vietnam, raised its voice over the $4 million back taxes case.
BMW auto importer  is hit by $4 mln tax claim

BMW auto importer is hit by $4 mln tax claim

Euro Auto, BMW’s official importer in Vietnam, is facing a claim from authorities for paying back taxes of up to nearly $4 million.
Flash autos roll in due to loop hole

Flash autos roll in due to loop hole

An import incentive policy is being used to bring new expensive cars into Vietnam.
Auto firms to face tax hit

Auto firms to face tax hit

State agencies are considering collecting tax arrears worth trillions of dong from several auto joint ventures relevant to ATIGA tax preference eligibility.
JICA promotes e-customs in Vietnam

JICA promotes e-customs in Vietnam

The General Department of Vietnam Customs (GDVC), Ministry of Finance and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) have signed the record of discussion of Japanese Technical Cooperation Project for “Promoting E-customs in Vietnam”.
JICA backs e-customs development

JICA backs e-customs development

The Ministry of Finance and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) on March 22 inked a ¥2,661 million non-refundable aid agreement for e-customs development in Vietnam.
Getting accustomed to change

Getting accustomed to change

More firms will benefit from smoother customs procedures.
VAT issues leave local exporters in a pickle

VAT issues leave local exporters in a pickle

Last year saw many foreign-invested enterprises in Vietnam expand their production capacity to cater for a larger export market.
Expanded e-customs procedures urged

Expanded e-customs procedures urged

The customs sector should expand the electronic customs procedures to facilitate import-export and commercial activities, a customs official has said.
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