Thứ Tư, 10 tháng 4, 2013

Japanese-funded e-customs project to facilitate trade

The Vietnam Automated Cargo and Port Consolidated System and the Vietnam Customs Information System (VNACCS/VCIS) will speed up an e-customs project to be put into operation by the end of this year.


With financial and technical assistance from the Japanese Government, the project is an important step for Vietnam to automate customs procedures, thus facilitating and better managing the circulation of imports and exports, said General Director of the General Department of Customs (GDC) Nguyen Ngoc Tuc.
In late March 2012, the project started following the signing and exchange of a diplomatic note between Japan and Vietnam relating to a 2.6 billion JPY non-refundable aid for the latter’s project to build and implement e-customs and national one-stop-shop customs mechanism in favor of customs modernisation.
It aims to transfer Japan’s automatic customs system to Vietnam’s GDC and assist the department and other governmental bodies to deploy the national one-stop-shop customs mechanism.
VNACCS/VCIS will also facilitate trade and investment activities in Vietnam to increase the country’s competitiveness in addition to further improving customs management efficiency.
VNACCS/VCIS is expected to be completed late this year and handed over to Vietnam in 2014.

(Theo talkvietnam.com)
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