No new community transmissions of COVID-19 for 99 straight days in Vietnam

No new community transmissions of COVID-19 for 99 straight days in Vietnam

Vietnam had no new COVID-19 cases to report on July 24 morning, marking 99 days in a row without new transmissions among the community, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control.
Vinacomin in the clear over duties

Vinacomin in the clear over duties

State-owned mining corporation Vinacomin will not be required to pay disputed additional import duties of $7.5 million.
Electric cars’ tax chicane

Electric cars’ tax chicane

State agencies will craft imported electric car taxes based on usage functions.
A taxing headache set to ease

A taxing headache set to ease

New rules on export tax exemptions should ease customs headaches for Vietnam’s enterprises.
Smooth driving for car-makers

Smooth driving for car-makers

Foreign-backed auto manufacturers with due tax arrears bills have been given the kiss of life.
Car importers in the fast lane

Car importers in the fast lane 1

Car import firms’ headaches have eased with a Ministry of Industry of Trade car import guiding document.
Auto assembly tax issues leave car industry in a spin

Auto assembly tax issues leave car industry in a spin

Vietnam’s automobile policy has proven to be inefficient following pending questions over tax arrears for many Vietnam-based manufacturing and assembling automobile firms, whose automobile imported part breakdown levels do not conform to existing legal regulations.
Vinacomin defends recent coal imports

Vinacomin defends recent coal imports

State-owned miner Vinacomin’s claims that coal imports are more economical than using domestic coal have been rejected by experts.
Luxury imports continue to flood market

Luxury imports continue to flood market

Luxury goods including high-priced cars and motorbikes, cosmetics, mobile phones and alcoholic beverages continue to be imported despite a package of measures unveiled by the government last month to reduce the trade deficit.
Car imports fell 20 per cent last month

Car imports fell 20 per cent last month

HA NOI - As many as 4,000 cars were imported to Viet Nam in September, worth US$90 million, according to the General Statistics Office (GSO) estimate.