Directive No. 23/CT-TTg dated September 07, 2012 of the Prime Minister on the enhancement of state management of the business of temporary import for re-export, transit, and bonded warehouses
The business of temporary import for re-export, transit of goods, and bonded warehouses has obtained certain economic achievements, contributed to commercial development in some localities with border-gates and sea ports. However, it also reveals certain limitations in the management that negatively affect the production and life, especially the control and prevention of the misuse of temporary import for re-export to trade prohibited goods, commit trade frauds, evade tax, smuggle goods, including unhygienic and unsafe goods into the domestic market, threaten the environmental safety and cause apprehension in the society.
In order to ensure the conformity of business of the temporary import for re-export, transit of goods, and bonded warehouses, to promptly detect, prevent, and strictly handle all violations, the Prime Minister requests relevant Ministries, ministerial-level agencies, Governmental agencies, People’s Committees of central-affiliated cities and provinces to take on the following tasks:
I. THE MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TRADE
1. Leading and cooperating with relevant agencies in reviewing the current provisions on temporary import for re-export and transit of goods, for implementing or requesting competent levels to discard inappropriate provisions; for supplementing and amending the current provisions to ensure the conformity to the policy and the requirements for strict management of the temporary import for re-export and transit of goods, and to ensure the compatibility with the socio-economic development of
2. The provisions promulgated in September 2012:
a) The list of goods banned from temporary import for re-export and transit: hazardous wastes such as leaded batteries, circuit boards, wastes plastic, cooling devices using C.F.C, chemicals being precursor substances banned from export and import according to the International Conventions to which Vietnam is a signatory. The prohibition against the temporary import for re-export and transit of the goods stated above takes effect on the date of signing of this Directive.
b) The list of goods suspended from temporary import for re-export, transit, and bonded warehouses: the used consumables and frozen food being organs and by-products of livestock and poultry. The suspension of the temporary import for re-export, transit, and bonded warehouse storage of such goods begins on September 30, 2012.
The consignments of goods in the List of suspension above and the goods temporarily imported for re-export according to the Licenses issued by the Ministry of Industry and Trade that is not in the List of goods suspended from temporary import for re-export, that arrives at
Decision No. 5737/QD-BCT dated September 28, 2012 of the Ministry of Industry and Trade on the temporary list of goods temporarily imported for re-export, transmitted, and in bonded warehouses
Circular No. 28/2012/TT-BCT dated September 27, 2012 of the Ministry of Industry and Trade detailing registration of import and export rights of foreign business entities without a presence in Vietnam
Circular No. 27/2012/TT-BCT dated September 26, 2012 of the Ministry of Industry and Trade providing temporary cease of the application of regulations on automatic import licensing to a number of good
Circular No. 04/2012/TT-BXD dated September 20, 2012 of the Ministry of Construction guiding the export of minerals as building materials
Circular No. 25/2012/TT-BCT dated September 17, 2012 of the Ministry of Finance amending and supplementing the joint Circular No. 14/2009/TTLT-BCT-BTC dated June 23, 2009 of the Ministry of Industry a
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