Annual customs finalization for deadline approaching 2017

13 March, 2018

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We would like to remind our readers about the annual customs finalization report for materials, supplies and finished goods. The deadline for submission is 90 days from the financial year end (Article 60, Circular 38/2015/TT-BTC). Late submission will result in administrative sanction and increase likelihood of customs audits.

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Annual customs finalization for deadline approaching 2017

We would like to remind our readers about the annual customs finalization report for materials, supplies and finished goods. The deadline for submission is 90 days from the financial year end (Article 60, Circular 38/2015/TT-BTC). Late submission will result in administrative sanction and increase likelihood of customs audits.

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