Action plan approved to boost National Single Window system

Monday, 2018-10-01 13:04:45
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it is expected that at least 80% of administrative procedures related to import-export goods and passengers on entry and exit will be conducted via NSW by 2019.
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NDO - The Prime Minister has approved an action plan on promoting the National Single Window (NSW), the ASEAN Single Window (ASW) and the reform of specialised inspection of import-export goods to facilitate trade activities in the 2018-2020 period.

The action plan intends to boost the implementation of administrative procedures related to import-export goods and passengers on entry and exit through the online public services (NSW).

All government agencies concerning the import-export goods and passengers on entry and exit will be connected and shared information through the NSW.

Under the action plan, it is expected that at least 80% of administrative procedures related to import-export goods and passengers on entry and exit will be conducted via NSW by 2019.

In particular, the plan aims to recognise 100% of administrative procedures conducted through the NSW by 2020.

In 2018 and following years, the number of imported goods subject to specialised inspection before customs clearance will be reduced to less than 10% while the specialised inspection of import-export goods will be comprehensively reformed.

The action plan also expected to promote the exchange and mutual recognition of electronic commercial documents among ASEAN countries and other countries under international commitments that Vietnam participates in.