On August 23, 1818, the General Department of Customs issued Decision No. 2503/QD-TCHQ promulgating the process of handling import tax exemption under the International Treaty, agreement between the Government of Vietnam and non-governmental organizations. This decision takes effect from September 7, 2018.
Accordingly, Decision No. 2503/QD-TCHQ has the following remarkable contents:
– The process of settling import tax exemption under international treaties at the General Department of Customs:
Step 1: To receive, assign and handle dossiers of import tax exemption according to international treaties and agreements
Step 2: To examine tax exemption dossiers under international treaties and agreements
Step 3: Processing dossiers in cases where the international treaties or agreements do not prescribe the types and quantities of duty-free goods
Step 4: To notify the handling results to the tax exemption requesters
– Notifying the handling results to the tax exemption requesters – Regarding the process of settling import tax exemption according to international agreements at the provincial/municipal Customs Departments:
Step 1: Processing dossiers notifying the list of duty-free goods at the Customs Department
Step 2: To settle tax exemption at Customs Sub-Departments
Step 3: Handle when the goods are over on the coupon tracking sheet
Dealing with the number of goods on the Subscriber Tracking SheetThus, with detailed and specific details, Decision No. 2503/QD-TCHQ has contributed to clarify procedures for handling import tax exemption under Article International agreements, agreements between Vietnam and non-governmental organizations.