(English.haiquanonline.com.vn) Although the number of post-clearance audits has decreased compared with the same period in the previous year, the revenue from this work has increased by three digits.
The revenue from post-clearance audit increases by 136%.
According to the General Department of Vietnam Customs, in the first half of August, the Customs sector performed 229 post-clearance audits, including 108 audits at the customs declarant’s premises and 121 audits at the Customs’ offices.
The Customs imposed VND 264.6 billion in taxes and administrative fines and remitted VND 211.77 billion to the State budget.
As of August 15, the Customs sector implemented 1,114 post-clearance audits, including 466 audits at the Customs declarant’s premises and 648 audits at the Customs’ offices.
The Customs imposed VND 580.67 billion in taxes and administrative fines and remitted VND 511.01 billion to the State budget.
Notably, the number of post-clearance audits only reached 65% compared with the previous year, but the revenue from the post-clearance audit grew 136% or VND294 billion.
The Post-Clearance Audit Department alone conducted 158 audits and remitted VND291.13 billion year-on-year. The number of audits only reached 99%, but the revenue rose 190% or VND191 billion.
By Thai Binh/Ngoc Loan