In Section b, subsection 3, Section II, Decision 628/QD-TTg of 2022, there are regulations on the goals of the Customs development strategy until 2030 as follows:
b) By 2030
- 100% of documents in customs records for basic types are converted to electronic data, moving towards digitization.
- 100% of key international ports and border gates are equipped with automatic cargo monitoring management systems, equipped with cargo and luggage screening systems, camera monitoring systems and other supporting equipment in the industry. customs inspection and supervision. Results, images and information are transmitted directly to the centralized processing center of the Customs agency and information is shared with ministries, branches and relevant units at the border gate.
- 100% of high-risk goods transported by containers subject to customs supervision are supervised by modern technical means, data is connected to the centralized processing center of the Customs agency.
- 100% of land border gates deploy a system to receive and process pre-declared information about imported and exported goods before vehicles transport goods across the border.
- 100% of priority enterprises, enterprises voluntarily complying with the law, export processing enterprises, enterprises carrying out processing and export production activities, connecting and sharing production management data with agencies Custom.
- The rate of declarations requiring documents to be checked is not more than 30%, the rate of declarations requiring physical inspection of goods is not more than 4.5%.
- Improve the efficiency of tax debt management, striving to have 100% of import-export businesses incurring tax debt monitored and automatically updated on the electronic system of the Customs agency.
- Complete 100% of comprehensive investigation and research documents for all routes (road, sea, air); Conduct monthly comprehensive assessments of each province and area, update information and monitor management to implement control work to prevent hot spots of smuggling, trade fraud and illegal transportation from occurring across borders.
- 100% of basic customs control records are digitized.
- Strive for the level of business satisfaction with the implementation of administrative procedures in the customs field to reach 95% or more for the main indicators of the following contents: Access to customs administrative procedures, implementation Customs administrative procedures, service of customs officials.
- Complete Smart Customs.
- Establish and maintain at least 30 channels of cooperation and regular communication with important customs partners around the world. Sign at least 05 international treaties on customs with partner countries, especially large partner countries of strategic importance. Appoint Vietnam Customs representatives in a number of important and key partner countries/regions.
What is goal of the Customs development strategy until 2030 in Vietnam? (Image from the Internet)
In Section a, subsection 4, Section II, Decision 628/QD-TTg of 2022 has regulations on institution for implementing the Customs development strategy until 2030 as follows:
- Develop and perfect a modern, synchronous, unified, transparent customs legal system in line with international commitments; The focus is on building the Customs Law to replace the current Customs Law, ensuring a full legal basis to: Carry out State management tasks on Customs; build models of Digital Customs, Smart Customs, Smart Border, Green Customs; synchronously apply chain-based, identifier-based management methods; Apply customs management mechanisms appropriate to each subject of management, encourage customs declarants to comply with the law; Improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the prevention of smuggling, trade fraud, illegal transportation of goods across borders, strengthen coordination with international organizations and domestic organizations in control activities custom; applying information technology and modern technology in State management of Customs; Connect and exchange information with State management agencies, organizations, individuals and businesses participating in import and export activities.
- Review and propose amendments to the legal system on specialized management and inspection to implement the Project on reforming the model of quality inspection and food safety inspection for imported and exported goods.
- Reform customs administrative procedures in the direction of continued simplicity, harmonization of customs procedures and customs management regimes according to world Customs standards, creating a foundation for redesigning processes Customs procedures, customs inspection and supervision, meeting the requirements of implementing the Digital Customs and Smart Customs models.