Tags: e-customs

One-door customs mechanism launched

One-door customs mechanism launched

The national one-door customs mechanism was officially launched at ports in five localities, namely Quang Ninh, Haiphong, Danang, HCM City and Ba Ria-Vung Tau on May 6.

Customs sector to continue reform

National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung has requested the customs sector to continue reforming its structure, simplifying administrative procedures and expanding information technology application during 2015.

Customs reform needs accelerating

Customs reform needs accelerating

(VOV) -Vietnam needs to accelerate customs reform to facilitate import-export activities and improve the competitive capacity of businesses and the national economy as a whole, an international seminar heard in HCM City on August 22.

Digital signatures will be used for e-customs

Digital signatures will be used for e-customs

Import and export firms will begin phasing in the use of digital signatures for the e-customs system this year, according to the Vietnam General Department of Customs (VGDC).

Promoting e-government model in Vietnam

Promoting e-government model in Vietnam

(VOV) -More than one third of Vietnamese people have access to the Internet, facilitating the e-government model in Vietnam, participants were told at a symposium in Hanoi on August 28.

E-government further promoted

E-government further promoted

As many as 60 percent of official documents and materials exchanged between state agencies will be in electronic format by 2015, according to an instruction issued by the Prime Minister on May 23.

Japan to help Vietnam develop e-customs

Japan to help Vietnam develop e-customs

Japan will further help Vietnam build its e-customs services under a project to deploy the Vietnam Automated Cargo and Port Consolidated System and Vietnam Customs Information System (VNACCS/VCIS).

E-customs procedures help boost exports

E-customs procedures, which are much simpler than traditional ones, have attracted 1,111 exporters to fill on-line forms for overseas shipments worth US$13,645 million over the past six months.

Promoting IT applications in e-customs service

Promoting IT applications in e-customs service

The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and the General Department of Customs signed a cooperative agreement in Hanoi on March 25, with the aim of facilitating e-customs procedures.