Customs procedures for goods temporarily imported for re-export

At the draft circular on customs procedures, customs inspection and supervision for some types of goods temporarily imported for re-export, transited and stored in bonded warehouses, the Ministry of Finance added a number of goods New guidelines on customs procedures for goods temporarily imported for re-export according to regulations.

Specifically, for temporary import customs dossiers, when carrying out customs procedures for temporary import, apart from vouchers like for commercial imports, traders shall have to: Register the border-gates of re-export of goods on the ” Other “of the customs declaration; To submit a specific bill of lading (with the name of the consignee) and a non-transferable copy, a copy of the license number or the serial number of the temporary import permit issued by the Ministry of Industry and Trade (except for temporary goods Enter through the road border).

In addition, for copies of export contracts, as compared to current regulations, the draft supplements the following provisions: When carrying out the temporary import procedures, the customs officers shall check and compare the export contracts with the tank To temporarily fill in, fill in the number of the temporary import declaration, sign and seal the civil servant on the export contract and return it to the customs declarer for re-export.

In addition, traders must submit 1 copy of the certificate of temporary import for re-export of the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Traders must also submit one original of the License for temporary import for re-export of goods of the Ministry of Industry and Trade (for goods items which must be licensed by the Ministry of Industry and Trade).
According to the draft, when carrying out re-export procedures, in addition to the same documents as for commercial exports, the customs declarers shall declare in detail the goods re-exported on the temporary import declaration in the box “accompanied documents “Of the customs declaration.

In addition, at the draft, the Ministry of Finance specifies that the re-export border is: international border gate, main border gate; The auxiliary border gates and clearance points in the border-gate economic zones and auxiliary border gates outside the border-gate economic zones, already promulgated by the People’s Committees of the border provinces, are eligible for re-export of goods.