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Provincial Customs Department: To fiercely fight against smuggling and commercial fraud


In addition to administrative reform and focusing on state budget revenue, from the beginning of the year until now, Quang Ninh Customs Department has continued to drastically implement the prevention of smuggling and trade fraud.

Cam Pha Customs patrols, controls and manages goods at sea.

According to the assessment of the Provincial Customs Department, in the first 6 months of 2022, the Covid-19 epidemic was still complicated, the Chinese side implemented the "Zero Covid" policy many times to suspend customs clearance of goods through border gates and entrances. open road; at the same time strengthen inspection of labels, traceability of goods, control of vehicles at sea.

Meanwhile, on the Vietnamese side, the functional forces of the province continue to focus on strictly controlling people, goods and vehicles crossing the border. The province's border line is not too complicated. However, some subjects still take advantage of trade facilitation policies and support businesses during the epidemic situation to carry out acts of GBV and illegally transport goods across borders...

Clearly identifying the characteristics and situation of the locality, the provincial Customs force has actively done a good job of collecting information, forecasting and assessing the situation of smuggling and illegal transportation of goods on routes and locations. key table. On that basis, advise the 389 Provincial Steering Committee to direct and coordinate localities and member branches to effectively implement the fight against and prevention of DV, illegally transporting goods across the border...

The provincial Customs force also strengthens management, patrols and strictly controls the border lines; at the same time, closely coordinate with relevant sectors, localities and units to do well in propagating and disseminating the law, mobilizing businesses and people not to trade, transport or abet the behavior smuggling and illegally transporting goods across the border, associated with the prevention and control of the Covid-19 epidemic.