Vietnam customs guiding on deposit as security for imported waste

General Department of Customs issued letter no. 3239/TCHQ-GSQLdated 24 May 2019  on management of Import waste and deposit as security for imported waste.

The content is as follows:

Responding to Official Letter No. 1224 / HQBRVT-GSQL dated 06/5/2019 of the Customs Department of Ba Ria – Vung Tau Province reporting difficulties in implementing Official Letter No. 2188 / TCHQ-GSQL dated April 16, 2019 on management of Import waste, General Department of Customs has the following opinions:

  1. About checking bill of lading information:

If  the scrap importer has no information on the number and date of the certificate of deposit at the time of issuance of the bill of lading, it is not required to check the information on the deposit certificate on the bill of lading. Other contents shall comply with the guidance of the General Department of Customs in Official Dispatch No. 2188 / TCHQ-GSQL of April 16, 2019.

  1. About Date of provision of deposit as security for imported waste:

Under the guidance of the General Department of Customs at Point 4.b.2 Appendix II of Official Letter No. 2188 / TCHQ-GSQL: The deposit as security for imported waste must be provided ahead of the date of unloading of waste in port if such waste is imported by seaway or prior to import of such waste into the territory of Vietnam in other cases..”. Customs Department of Ba Ria – Vung Tau province is proposed to base on the above guidance to implement.

The General Department of Customs answered the Customs Department of Ba Ria – Vung Tau province. /.

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