The remaining profits which are paid to the 2013, 2014 state budget are the profit after deducting losses in previous years and raising funds in accordance with the Resolution 71/2013/ND-CP and other particular funds of the government.
SCIC is responsible for handing into the state budget the remaining profits of state-owned independent one-member liability limited companies of different ministries, sectors and localities./.
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As announced by the Ministry of Finance of Vietnam at the regular press conference on April 7, the state budget revenue in March was estimated at VND70.3 trillion. Thus, the total revenue of the first quarter in 2015 reached VND226 trillion, reaching 24.8 percent of the year's estimate, up 10.3 percent over the same period in 2014.In particular, domestic revenue in March was estimated at VND52.3 trillion, accumulated revenue in the first quarter reached VND173.19 trillion, 27.1 percent of the estimate, up 19.6 percent over the same period in 2014 (not including an increase of 18 percent of land use…... [read more]
Vietnam Ministry of Finance has promulgated dispatch 10343/BTC-TCT guiding the people’s committees of central provinces and cities on strengthening State budget collection for 2013.For the first seven months of 2013, Vietnam economy has been developed positively in the right direction, however it still faces difficulties in some sectors and localities; some economic indicators have been improved, but still fail to reach the targets. According to Deputy Finance Minister Nguyen Thi Minh, total State budget revenues in July expectedly reached VND73 trillion, 41.9 percent higher (about VND21,550 billion) than that in June; accumulative revenues in the seven months were estimated about VND429,165…... [read more]
State budget revenue in January was estimated at VND97.4 trillion (US$4.3 billion), the Ministry of Finance said.The amount accounted for 8 per cent of the year’s estimates.Of the amount, VND87.9 trillion came from domestic tax collections, up 4 per cent year-on-year and representing 8.7 per cent of yearly plan, according to data from the ministry.However, the ministry said budget revenue from crude oil fell by 25 per cent year-on-year to reach VND2.3 trillion in January.Budget revenue from import and export activities reached VND19.2 trillion, equivalent to 6.7 per cent of annual target.Meanwhile, expenditure revenue in January reached VND87.25 trillion, or…... [read more]
Motorbike, car imports decrease in AprilThe State budget was hit by falling imports of products with high import revenue and tax, including petroleum, cars and motorbikes.Customs statistics showed the value of imported cars in the first quarter tumbled by 51 percent, causing a loss of VND4.36 trillion (US$207.6 million) to the State budget revenue. The decline in the import value surged to 57.6 percent by the end of April.Domestic auto production and trading also brought a hefty loss to State budget revenue. The Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association said the auto market has been falling with only 17,890 cars sold in…... [read more]
Vietnam’s state budget revenues totaled VND478.57 trillion (US$24.5 billion) in the first 11 months of this year, surpassing by 3.7% of its full-year estimate and rising 22.6% from a year earlier, the Ministry of Finance said. The budget revenues were VND44.12 trillion in November, the ministry said in a report, adding that almost all cities and provinces have posted strong increases in state budget revenues. Bac Giang, Nghe An, Lao Cai, Quang Ninh, Hau Giang, and Ha Giang provinces are among 32 localities which have already completed full-year plans on state budget revenues. The ministry, however, did not give figures on…... [read more]
Vietnam’s total state budget revenues in 2006 are estimated to surpass by 10.2 per cent the yearly estimation, reported the General Statistics Office (GSO). Collections from domestic taxes accomplished 103 per cent of the year’s projection, from crude oil 126 per cent, from import-export taxes 106.3 per cent, and from foreign assistance 148 per cent. Among domestic levies, collections from the state-owned economic sector reached 105.3 per cent of the annual plan, from foreign-invested sector (excluding crude oil) 86.8 per cent, from the non-state industrial-commercial-service sector 105.7 per cent, from the high-income earners 101.6 per cent, from housing and lands fees 119.6…... [read more]
HA NOI — A sharp fall in the import value and number of cars sold caused a drop in the State budget revenue in first months of the year, the Ministry of Finance said. The State budget was hit by falling imports of products with high import revenue and tax, including crude oil, coal, petroleum, cars and motorbikes. Customs statistics showed the value of imported cars in the first quarter tumbled by 51 per cent, causing a loss of VND4.36 trillion (US$207.6 million) to the State budget revenue. The decline in import value surged to 57.6 per cent by the…... [read more]
Vietnam’s state budget revenue is estimated to have reached roughly VND40 trillion (US$2.5 billion) in the first two months, up 17.5 per cent on year, local Hai Quan (Customs) newspaper reported Tuesday. Finance Minister Vu Van Ninh spoke at the National Assembly’s 47th working session, emphasizing that the country’s state budget revenue and expenditures continued witnessing progressive results. Total state budget expenditures were estimated at VND51.5 trillion (US$3.2 billion), an on-year rise of 16 per cent. This year, Ministry of Finance is set to achieve state budget revenue growth of 1.2 per cent, Ninh said. (Customs)... [read more]
Vietnam’s state budget revenue in the first four months of 2007 is estimated to have increased 11.2 per cent on-year to VND83.15 trillion (US$5.2 billion), a state media said. The figure accounts for 29.5 per cent of the target for the whole year. State budget expenditure is estimated to reach VND102.45 trillion ($6.4 billion), or 28.7 per cent of the annual plan and an increase of 14.8 per cent against the same period last year. Spending on investment and development was VND25.4 trillion, making up 25.5 per cent of the plan. Payment for debts and aid was reported at VND14.8 trillion, equivalent…... [read more]
Vietnam’s state budget revenues in the first eight months of 2006 are estimated to make up 64.7 per cent of the plan set for the whole year and post an increase of 15.6 per cent from a year earlier, reported the General Statistics Office (GSO). Revenues from domestic taxes reached 62.7 per cent of this year’s estimation, while the finishing rates of earnings from crude oil and import-export taxes were 70.3 per cent and 61.8 per cent, respectively. Among domestic taxes, collections from the state-owned economic sector fulfilled 65.3 per cent of the annual plan, from the industrial, commercial and non-state service…... [read more]