Increasing revenue for the state budget through land use rights auctions in Vietnam

Increasing revenue for the state budget through land use rights auctions in Vietnam
Trần Thanh Rin

Is it true that revenue from land use right bidding will be used to increase state budget revenue?– Thanh Ha (Da Nang)

Increasing revenue for the state budget through land use rights auctions in Vietnam

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Regarding this matter, LawNet would like to answer as follows: 

Below is the content mentioned in Decision 763/QD-BTNMT dated March 25, 2024 on the Implementation Plan of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment for Resolution 90/NQ-CP on the Action Program for the Implementation of Resolution 81/2023/QH15 on the National Master Plan for the period 2021-2030, vision to 2050, and the Implementation Plan for the National Master Plan for the period 2021-2030, vision to 2050, issued by the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment.

Increasing revenue for the state budget through land use rights auctions in Vietnam

Specific tasks in the implementation of this Plan are as follows:

- Prioritize resource allocation and focus on building and implementing programs for resource protection, environmental conservation, and biodiversity conservation with regional connectivity to contribute to human resource development, social welfare, and environmental protection.

- Give more power to the local government in environmental protection, biodiversity, and sustainable management and use of natural resources.

- Establish and improve the legal framework associated with rigorous and effective law enforcement, providing a legal basis for plan implementation.

- Improve state budget revenue policies for land, assets, and resources; exploit resources from land for economic and social infrastructure development. Increase revenue for the state budget through land use rights auctions and bidding for projects using land according to planning in urban development areas following Transit Oriented Development (TOD) for urban infrastructure investment.

- Improve mechanisms, policies, and laws on climate change, interregional and intersectoral coordination in response to climate change; encourage investment in emission reduction in various sectors.

- Strengthen management, renovation, and restoration of air, water, and soil quality in major cities, river basins, and coastal areas. Manage solid waste, with a focus on proper management of household waste and plastic waste.

- Review and tightly control major sources of pollution; enhance preventive measures against environmental incidents; minimize environmental impacts from projects, production activities, businesses, and services; proactively monitor objects and projects with potential pollution risks and environmental incidents. Enhance nature conservation and biodiversity.

- Urgently complete the formulation and submission of competent authorities' appraisal and approval of national-level plans for the period 2021–2030, vision to 2050, ensuring their compliance, consistency, and coordination with the National Master Plan approved by the National Assembly in Resolution 81/2023/QH15; develop implementation plans; and submit them for competent authorities' review and approval for implementation.

- Directly review plans that have been approved or endorsed by competent authorities, ensuring the relationship between different types of plans as stipulated in Article 6 of the Planning Law. Adjustments to plans in case of conflicts shall be carried out according to the provisions of Resolution 61/2022/QH15 dated June 16, 2022, of the National Assembly.

The implementation of the above contents must ensure the following objectives and requirements:

- The construction and issuance of plans for the implementation of the tasks assigned by the Government in Resolution 90/NQ-CP dated June 16, 2023, must align with the objectives, tasks, and solutions stated in the Government's Resolution 90/NQ-CP dated June 16, 2023, to strive to fulfill the goals and targets of the National Master Plan by 2030.

- Assign specific tasks to the units responsible for evaluating the targets and researching and developing mechanisms and policies under the tasks assigned by the Government to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, to ensure compliance and consistency with legal provisions, and submit reports to the leadership of the Ministry for consideration before being issued by competent authorities.

- The implementation plan for the Government's Resolution 90/NQ-CP dated June 16, 2023, must clearly identify the units responsible for implementation, coordinating units, and implementation progress to fulfill the tasks assigned by the Government to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.

More details can be found in Decision 763/QD-BTNMT, taking effect on March 25, 2024.

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