Containers carry goods to the Tan Cang – Cat Lai Port in HCM City's Thu Duc City. A trial operation of an automatic system for collecting fees for using infrastructure and public services at the city's ports began on February 16. — VNA/VNS Photo Tien Luc A one-month trial operation of an automatic system for collecting fees for use of infrastructure and public services at ports began in HCM City on February 16. The city People's Committee has tasked the Department of Transport with monitoring the toll collection and promptly addressing problems and seeking its directions if needed. The customs department has been told to provide support and share toll declaration data. All the fees are to be paid online. For goods imported for re-export or deposited in bonded warehouses and for transit and transhipment goods the fee is VND50,000 (US$2.2) per tonne for liquid and bulk cargo, VND2.2 million ($96.5) for a 20-foot container, and VND4.4 million ($193) for a 40ft container. For goods declared outside the city, the rates are VND30,000 ($1.3), VND500,000 ($21.9) and VND1 million ($43.9). For imports and exports declared in the city, the rates are VND15,000 ($0.65), around VND250,000 ($11) and VND500,000. Enterprises can… Read full this story
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