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Customs authorities to stop accepting cash

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Customs authorities to stop accepting cash

Payments of import-export taxes and fees to customs authorities must all be conducted via cashless payment methods or through credit institutions from the beginning of April, according to a requirement recently issued by the General Department of Vietnam Customs.

National one-stop shop mechanism’s operation in 2018 reviewed

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National one-stop shop mechanism’s operation in 2018 reviewed

Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue, who is also Chairman of the National Steering Committee on the National One-Stop Shop (OSS) Mechanism, the ASEAN One-Stop Shop Mechanism and Trade Facilitation (Committee 189), chaired a conference in Hanoi on February 19 to review the implementation of the tasks by the committee in 2018 and discuss its operation orientations for 2019.

Petrol imports to be reduced this year

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Petrol imports to be reduced this year

Petrol imports this year should be sharply reduced as the Nghi Son Refinery comes into operation and the output of Dung Quất Refinery meets most of the local demand, said Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Do Thang Hai.

CPTPP unlikely to hit auto prices

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CPTPP unlikely to hit auto prices

The prices of imported automobiles in the Vietnamese market may not reduce as much as expected after the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) came into effect on January 14, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Vietnam cultivates 125,000 hectares of tea

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Vietnam cultivates 125,000 hectares of tea

This year, Vietnam has cultivated about 125,000 hectares of tea, including 110,000 hectares for commercial purpose which produced 8.5 tonnes of tea per hectare, according to the Vietnam Tea Association (VITAS).

Cassava exports to RoK sharply rise

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Cassava exports to RoK sharply rise

Vietnam’s exports of cassava and products made from cassava to the Republic of Korea (RoK) hit nearly 82,000 tonnes worth 24 million USD in the first 10 months of 2018, up 18.9 percent in volume and 52.6 percent in value against the same period last year.