Enterprises in Hanoi-based industrial parks updated on tax, customs policies

Thursday, 2017-12-07 03:17:55
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NDO - A conference has been held recently to give information about relevant tax and customs policies to enterprises in industrial parks and export-processing zones based in Hanoi.

The event, held by the Hanoi Promotion Agency (HPA) on October 18, drew the participation of more than 100 enterprises from industrial parks.

It was attended by Tran Anh Tuan, deputy head of Hanoi’s management board of industrial and process-exporting zones; Nguyen Ngoc Tu, deputy director of HPA; Bui Thai Quang, deputy head of risk management department at the General Department of Customs and Duong Thu Huong, deputy head of the Hanoi Taxation Department’s taxpayer support bureau.

At the conference, Bui Thai Quang explained new customs regulations and incentives on exports and imports as well as ways of avoiding compliance risks.

Enterprises were also informed about the latest customs reforms and laws relevant to their activity.

Representatives of enterprises raised many questions and received specific and satisfactory answers, helping them to have a new perspective in order to comply with customs and tax policies properly.

Bui Thai Quang, on behalf of the General Department of Customs, took note of the enterprises’ feedback on tax and customs policies so that they can be further refined.

In his concluding remarks, HPA deputy director Nguyen Ngoc Tu stated that the conference was successful in providing useful information to enterprises and was a step in realising the trade and investment promotion programme, helping enterprises learn about new policies and create a favourable investment climate in Hanoi.