57 Vietnamese businesses successfully registered to export over 65,700 tons of rice
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The General Department of Vietnam Customs said on April 28 that after the electronic customs declaration system was opened on 0:00 on April 28, within 23 seconds, 78 declarations of 57 enterprises were successfully registered for the export of over 65,700 tonnes of rice which have just been supplemented to this month’s quota.
Of the rice that has just been opened, the above declaration has more than 53,421 tons of canceled goods from April 12. As a rule, after 15 days from the date of registering the declaration, if the trader does not have goods to export, the declaration will be canceled by the customs office.
As a result, the rice volume of the canceled declaration is reverted to the system for businesses to continue to register new declarations, according to Vietnambiz..
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In addition, the General Department of Customs also said that the system also added to the 12,292 tons quota. This is the amount of sticky rice registered on April 12 and not included in the quota
On April 27, the General Department of Customs also sent a dispatch to the Customs in Can Tho and Ho Chi Minh City, Dong Thap and An Giang on having a number of rice exporters registering export declarations for shipments located at seaports and international border gates before March 24, exceeding the statistics.
Therefore, the General Department of Customs requires the provincial customs to contact the enterprises to confirm the actual rice volume at the international seaport border gate before March 24, reported by Bao tin tuc.
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Regarding rice export, the same day the Ministry of Industry and Trade also sent a document to the Prime Minister reporting on the rice export management plan in May 2020.
Specifically, based on domestic and foreign contexts, the goal of extending rice export schedule to ensure national food security in the most difficult time has been achieved, based on the latest data on domestic supply and demand of rice before entering the Summer-Autumn crop.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade and other ministries and sectors agreed to propose to the Prime Minister from May 1 to allow rice export activities to resume normal operation according to the Decree No. 107/2018/ND-CP of the Government on rice export business.
Earlier, owners of over 17,800 tonnes of rice stored at seaports and international border gates before March 24 were allowed by the Ministry of Industry and Trade to open export declarations from April 25.
Meanwhile, the export of sticky rice has been resumed as normal and is not included in this month’s quota, according to Nhan Dan.
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