Video: HCM City Customs: Collecting VND350 billion from consulting price of imported automobiles

Nearly VND500 billion in tax was collected to the State budget by HCM City Customs Department in the first three months of 2021. It showed that the task of revenue loss prevention of the units was effective.

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