VCN – The revenue of the Post-Clearance Audit Department accounts for 59% of the total revenue of the whole post-clearance audit force.
|HCM City Customs’ revenue increases by about VND300 billion from price consultation and post clearance audit|
|VND234 billion from post clearance audit collected and paid to State budget|
|Chart by: Thai Binh|
According to the General Department of Vietnam Customs (GDVC), in November, the whole Customs sector strengthened the post-clearance audit and focused on directions and instruction on the audit across the country.
The country’s top customs regulator answered questions from local customs departments related to STQ02 system and adjustment of the post-clearance audit plan to follow the actual implementation and directed local customs departments to inspect customs value for exported veneer/laminated wood products.
The GDVC asked local customs department to review and develop plans for items showing signs of origin fraud, and plans for items with two tax rates; check declaration for HS code of category when importing under the regime of business, processing, export production and processing.
In the month, the Customs sector performed 348 post-clearance audits, including 181 audits at customs declarants’ premises and 167 audits at customs offices. The sector imposed taxes and fined VND68.66 billion, and remitted the actual revenue of VND53.31 billion to the State budget.
From the early year to November 15, Customs conducted 2,637 post clearance audits. The customs imposed and fined VND542.85 billion and contributed VND377.52 billion.
Notably, the Post Clearance Audit collected VND222.47 billion, accounting for 59% of the total revenue.
By Thai Binh/Ngoc Loan