Ambitious revenue targets of 35 local customs departments adjusted

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VCN – The General Department of Vietnam Customs revises the ambitious revenue target for 35 municipal and provincial customs departments.

Ambitious revenue targets of 35 local customs departments adjusted

Officers of Huu Nghi Customs conduct a physical inspection for imports. Photo: H.N

Accordingly, the General Department of Vietnam Customs revises up the revenue target of HCM City Customs Department from VND119,500 billion to VND138,000 billion; Hai Phong Customs Department from VND67,050 billion to VND78,000 billion; Thanh Hoa Customs Department from VND12,000 billion to VND17,500 billion.

The country’s top customs regulator increases the revenue target of Hanoi Customs Department from VND28,100 billion to VND31,060 billion; Quang Ngai Customs Department from VND8,000 billion to VND11,000 billion; Dong Nai Customs Department from 20,370 billion to VND23,500 billion; and Quang Ninh Customs Department from VND10,500 billion to VND13,200billion.

For Cao Bang Customs Department, the change in the import policy by the Chinese Government has helped the revenue collection across the area achieve positive results.

As of October 23, Cao Bang Customs Department collected VND2,508 billion, accounting for 964.64% of the target set by the General Department of Vietnam Customs in the early year. Based on this situation, the General Department of Vietnam Customs has decided to revise up the department’s revenue target in 2022 from VND260 billion to VND2,600 billion.

Some Customs departments that are revised up the ambitious revenue target worth less than VND1,600 billion, including Quang Nam, Khanh Hoa, Da Nang, Thua Thien Hue, Ca Mau, Kien Giang, Dong Thap, and An Giang.

The General Department of Vietnam Customs revises down the target for departments Quang Binh, Gia Lai-Kom Tum, Quang Tri, Dak Lak, Binh Phuoc, Binh Dinh, Dien Bien, Can Tho, Lang Son, Ba Ria-Vung Tau, Ha Nam Ninh, Long An, Lao Cai, Nghe An and Tay Ninh.

As of October 23, the Customs sector’s revenue increased by 14.5% year-on-year to VND353,491 billion, accounting for 100.42% of the assigned estimate and 95.54% of the ambitious target.

In order to accomplish the assigned tasks, in the remaining two months of 2022, the General Department of Vietnam Customs requires provincial and municipal customs departments to focus on removing and solving difficulties and problems for businesses, improving the business environment, creating favorable conditions for enterprises to develop stably, attracting investment, enhance production capacity, promoting economic growth, creating a premise to increase state revenue; strengthen dissemination of policies and administrative procedures, diversify support methods for enterprises at all stages, units and fields.

Prime Minister calls for greater efforts to fulfill all set targets over remaining months Prime Minister calls for greater efforts to fulfill all set targets over remaining months

The General Department of Vietnam Customs also requests the departments to regularly assess the revenue collection, review and control the revenue sources, especially their main revenue sources, analyze and evaluate the increase and decrease in revenue each month, and forecast the trend and collection rate in the last months of the year.

By Nu Bui/Ngoc Loan

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