VOV.VN - The first seven month of the year saw Vietnam's export of transport vehicles and spare parts to Japan reach US$1.2 billion, accounting for 28% of the nation's overall export turnover of this commodity group, according to the General Department of Customs.
VOV.VN - With the National Single Window seeing a positive change in terms of the time and costs of making administrative procedures for enterprises after undergoing an implementation period, there remains obstacles for local businesses due to their poor procedures when handling and submitting numerous documents to different agencies.
VOV.VN - The nation posted a trade surplus of US$170 million during the first half of June, bringing the figure recorded from the beginning of the year to mid-June to US$ 3.75 billion, according to the latest initial statistics released by the General Department of Customs.
Vietnam has shipped more than 68,000 tonnes of rice abroad as of April 21 evening, part of 400,000 tonnes of rice under quotas for this month, the General Department of Customs reported on its website.
VOV.VN - It is essential for both people and businesses to re-evaluate their rice paddy inventories so that the Government can make a clear decision regarding the temporary halt imposed on rice shipments for export.
VOV.VN - Vietnam posted a trade surplus of US$1.82 billion in the first two months this year despite tremendous impacts of the COVID-19 epidemic, according to the General Department of Customs.
Vietnam imported a total 944,865 tonnes of steel in January, a year-on-year drop of 18 percent, according to the General Department of Customs.
Vietnam plans to hasten the reform of customs checks to save time and costs for businesses and facilitate trade.
The General Department of Customs hopes to collect 338 trillion VND (14.6 billion USD) for the State budget this year, a year-on-year increase of 12.5 percent.
Vietnam’s total import-export turnover has surpassed 400 billion USD, according to the General Department of Customs.
The amount of scrap imported into Vietnam is likely to rise considerably, the Ministry of Finance has warned.
Vietnam relies heavily on imported machinery and equipment from China, and experts are worried the country might become a landfill of outdated technologies, urging measures to tighten the import of second-hand machinery and equipment.
Vietnam’s exports of cassava and products made from cassava to the Republic of Korea (RoK) hit nearly 82,000 tonnes worth US$24 million in the first 10 months of 2018, up 18.9% in volume and 52.6% in value against the same period last year.
Vietnam expects to continue growth of textile and garment exports to the Republic of Korea (RoK) by the end of the year after strong results in the first seven months of 2018, according to the General Department of Customs.
The Ministry of Finance will collaborate with relevant ministries and agencies to review legal regulations to establish a customs bond system to facilitate customs clearance in Vietnam in the 2018-2019 period.
Toyota Motor Vietnam (TMV) has imported 200 cars through Hiep Phuoc Port in HCM City after six months of suspending imports to Vietnam.
Though exports have been growing well, concern still exists because wooden furniture industry is in need of materials.
The Prime Minister’s working group has asked the ministries of Finance and Planning and Investment to swiftly lift the foreign ownership limit of 49% at enterprises where foreign investment is not restricted.
Vietnam’s total export value was estimated at US$33.62 billion by the end of February, a year-on-year increase of 22.9%, revealed the General Department of Customs.
The automated customs system is expected come into operation at all seaports and airports by the end of the third quarter of 2018, according to the General Department of Customs.