BEGIC - In order to strengthen
customs-business partnerships, promptly disseminate customs laws and policies
and support enterprises to carry out customs procedures in accordance with
regulations, limiting shortcomings and violations, on June 30, Binh Duong
Customs Department coordinated with Taiwan Merchants Association of Binh Duong
province to organize a training and dialogue conference with the leading
Taiwanese enterprises investment in Binh Duong.
At the conference, Binh
Duong Customs Department introduced to the enterprises new regulations on the
time of submission of certificates of origin and the form of certificates of
origin for imported goods applied in the period Covid-19 epidemic in Circular
No. 47/2020/TT-BTC of the Ministry of Finance; introducing some new provisions
on Tax Administration Law No. 38/2019/QH14; consulting once, using results many
times according to Decision No. 1304/QD-TCHQ dated April 29, 2020 of the
General Department of Customs; preferential policies for priority businesses;
points to note and warn of some mistakes that enterprises often make in customs
declaration and post-clearance inspection activities ...
Mr. Le Van Danh - Deputy
Director of Binh Duong Customs Department said: “Binh Duong Customs Department
wants to hear about operation situation, difficulties and difficulties in the
context of Covid disease -19; receive comments on attitudes and working style
of cadres and civil servants of Binh Duong Customs Department and ideas on
making policies and laws in order to create the most favorable environment for
production and business activities. business, especially in difficult times due
to disease effects.
Problems related to tax
policies on on-spot export and import goods; exemption, reduction and extension
of tax in case enterprises encounter difficulties due to epidemics; conditions
for establishing a bonded warehouse; safeguard duties on steel products;… were
answered satisfactorily by the Department leaders and the professional
departments of the Customs Department of Binh Duong Province.
Currently, Binh Duong
Customs Department is carrying out procedures for nearly 400 Taiwanese
enterprises, accounting for 6,5% of the total more than 5.500 enterprises. The
export and import turnover of Taiwanese enterprises accounts for nearly 15% of
the total export and import turnover, accounting for 15,7% of the total state
budget revenue of the Binh Duong Customs Department.
In recent years, most
Taiwanese enterprises investing in the area have complied with the provisions
of the law, cooperated well with the customs authorities in the process of
carrying out import and export procedures, many businesses nowadays
increasingly developing and expanding investment projects, contributing
positively to local economic development.