Trade Officials voice concerns over fraud in issuing certificates of origin The Saigon Times Daily Saturday, Nov 16, 2019,17:18 (GMT+7) Officials voice concerns over fraud in issuing certificates of origin The Saigon Times Daily Minister and Chairman of the Government Office Mai Tien Dung speaks on November 15 at a meeting with the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry about trade and origin fraud – PHOTO: VGP HCMC – Given the more complicated nature of origin fraud, the Government has ordered a review of legal documents and has called for tighter control over the issuance of certificates of origin (C/O). Minister and Chairman of the Government Office Mai Tien Dung held a session with the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) about the issuance of certificates of origin and the fight against trade fraud, reported the Government news website. Minister Dung said the issuance of certificates of origin is meant to create favorable conditions for the business community. However, this practice could be abused by those seeking to commit trade and origin fraud, thereby affecting the manufacturing activities of law-abiding businesses, the prestige of Vietnamese goods, and the country’s business environment. “Our country must not become a trans-shipment hub of fraudulent goods,” he… Read full this story
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