VCN – Post-clearance audits have not been conducted as planned for unnecessary cases to create favorable conditions for enterprises.
|Customs officers of Post-Clearance Audit Department at work. Photo: T.Binh|
According to the General Department of Customs, in the context that the world economy is facing complicated and unstable developments, some key industries in Vietnam saw a decline in production due to high input costs and a drop in orders. Currently, many enterprises have suspended operations and have to lay off workers on a rotation basis, and found it difficult to access capital due to high interest rates.
Therefore, the General Department of Customs has requested local Customs Departments to take all measures to remove difficulties for enterprises and minimize administrative procedures to support enterprises in production and business activities.
Particularly for the post-clearance audit force, the General Department of Customs requires that in 2023, post-clearance audit has not been conducted as planned for unnecessary cases but focused on key inspections for selected enterprises;
Strengthened training to improve the qualifications of customs officers in charge of post-clearance audit; researched to develop post-clearance inspection plans according to each risk and violation topic.
|Hanoi Customs collects more than VND80 billion from PCA|
VCN – Since early in the year, Hanoi Customs Department conducted post-clearance audits (PCA) at the enterprise …
The Post-Clearance Audit Department will soon complete the post-clearance inspection process to replace Decision 575/QD-TCHQ dated March 21, 2019 of the Director General of the General Department of Customs.
By Thai Binh/ Huyen Trang