In the latest directive signed on June 29, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc requested relevant ministries and agencies to accelerate the implementation of the National Single Window and the ASEAN Single Window. Facilitate trade. Ministries will also be monitored and monitored

One of the solutions proposed by the customs administration is to set up specialized inspection points at seaports to help businesses cut travel time. However, this is considered as a solution to the problem, to solve the tops. In the photo: The specialized examination spot is concentrated in Hai Phong.
Among them, the ministries and branches must review and perfect legal bases and administrative procedures in service of the implementation of the National Single Window and the ASEAN Single Window. In addition, the IT, human and financial infrastructure must also be guaranteed to implement this mechanism.
The PM also requested ministries and agencies to fully implement the contents and tasks of Decision 2026 of 2015 on renewing and improving the efficiency of specialized inspection of import and export goods.
Tasks to be further emphasized are the application of risk management methods in testing; Simplified procedures, shorten clearance time, shift to post-inspection ...
The PM also lends the deadline for the Ministry of Finance to coordinate with relevant ministries and agencies to strengthen the work of the Standing Committee of the National Steering Committee on the National Single Window and the ASEAN Single Window. Commerce. It is December 2017.
The committee was established in mid-October 2016 and deputy prime minister Vuong Dinh Hue was the head of the committee.
In addition, the Ministry of Finance also has to complete the legal framework for the implementation of the ASEAN Single Window, ASEAN Single Window and specialized inspection activities in the direction of facilitating and simplifying procedures. Connect and electronically transmit to international trading partners in December 2017.
In October -2017, the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment; Industry and Trade; Transportation and Information and Communication must review and promulgate a list of imports and exports subject to specialized inspection at customs clearance.
The principle is to ensure consistency, not overlap, little test.
The Prime Minister also requested that, every six months, ministries and branches should report on the situation and results of implementation of these guidelines to the General Department of Customs and the Ministry of Finance so that this unit can synthesize and submit to the Government leaders. .
Not only that, the National Steering Committee on National Single Window, ASEAN Single Window and Trade Facilitation are responsible for urging the implementation of this directive.
Similarly, people's committees of provinces and cities must also participate in monitoring the implementation of this directive by units in the area.
This is not the first time that the Government has directed the reform of specialized inspection or the promotion of the National Single Window and ASEAN Single Window.
Over the past years, the implementation of the national one-stop-shop mechanism, the ASEAN Single Window of some ministries has been slow and drastic.
Meanwhile, the specialized inspection is complicated, overlapping ... This fact has affected the import-export activities of enterprises, increasing costs ...

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