Temporarily Solving Problem in The Imports of Used Machinery and Technological Lines

The problem of businesses and local Customs departments related to the time limit for implementing regulations on the imports of used machinery and technological lines has been solved. After being directed by the Government on this problem, the General Department of Vietnam Customs issued an official letter to instruct municipal and provincial Customs Departments to implement.

Petrol Imports to be Reduced This Year

1/22/2019 9:47:51 AM

HÀ NỘI — Petrol imports this year should be sharply reduced as the Nghi Sơn Refinery comes into operation and the output of Dung Quất Refinery meets most of the local demand, said Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Đỗ Thắng Hải.

Businesses Pay Trillion VND of Import and Export Taxes in Ho Chi Minh City

1/21/2019 12:01:18 PM

Over 49,000 businesses importing and exporting goods across border gates in Ho Chi Minh City contributed over 108,000 trillion VND to the State budget in 2018, of which more than a dozen businesses paid import and export taxes up to trillion VND.

Details of The Largest Import Groups in Vietnam in 2018

1/21/2019 11:59:32 AM

China and South Korea are the largest import markets of Vietnam in 2018 according to information released by the General Department of Customs.

Ho Chi Minh City Customs Actively Supports Businesses

1/21/2019 11:57:49 AM

Implementing the Government Resolution 02 of 2019 on continuing to perform the main tasks and solutions to improve the business environment, improve national competitiveness..., HCM City Customs has planned to implement many breakthrough solutions in 2019.

US$7.6 Billion Spent on Petrol Imports in 2018

1/18/2019 4:26:19 PM

Vietnam recorded 11.43 million tons of petrol imports in 2018 with a total value of US$7.64 billion, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.

Thai and Indonesian Auto Suppliers Overwhelm Vietnamese Market

1/17/2019 9:23:53 AM

Vehicles completely built-up in Thailand and Indonesia held a combined ratio of 89% of the total vehicle imports to Vietnam in 2018, according to Vietnam Customs.

CPTPP Tariff Cuts May Not Reduce Auto Prices

1/16/2019 11:49:28 AM

The prices of imported automobiles in the Vietnamese market may not reduce as much as expected after the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) came into effect on Monday, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

The Customs Continues to Strictly Control the Scrap Import

1/16/2019 11:34:28 AM

China and Malaysia-the leading countries in importing scrap, continue to strictly control the import of this commodity in 2019. Thereby, the risk of scrap flowing into Vietnam may incur.

Nearly US$ 74.5 Billion of Import and Export Turnover Between Vietnam and CPTPP Members in 2018

1/16/2019 11:31:25 AM

Of the remaining 10 members of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), there are 9 members in trade relationship with Vietnam reaching US$ 1 billion or more last year.

Many Luxury Cars Imported At The Beginning of The New Year

1/15/2019 12:05:46 PM

A series of Porsche luxury cars, including two supercars worth tens of billions of VND, have just arrived at VICT port in the early days of 2019.