PROCEDURE FOR EXPORT Coconut shell charcoal

Thứ năm - 03/10/2019 14:56
Coconut shell charcoal, BBQ charcoal is charcoal made from coconut shells turned into charcoal and then
 pressed into members according to a predefined shape according to use needs. This charcoal is high in heat,
 colorless smoke, less toxic so it is often used in baking food at the table. Currently coconut shell charcoal is 
very large export value and is a potential market and Vietnam. is one of the countries capable of providing 
large annual output.
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Export coconut shell charcoal procedures
+ Regarding export tax rates: According to the Appendix attached to Decree No. 125/2017 / ND-CP, 
the item "coconut shell charcoal" with HS code is 4402.90.10 with 0% export tax.

+ Procedures for exporting coconut shell charcoal: Based on Annex I of Decree 69/2018 / ND-CP,
 coconut shell charcoal (HS code 4402.90.10) is not on the list of goods. goods banned from export. Whereby:

 - Conditions for coal export are prescribed in Clause 2, Article 4 of Circular 15/2013 / TT-BCT regulating coal 
export issued by the Minister of Industry and Trade.

"Article 4. Conditions for coal export
2. Coal may be exported when the following conditions are simultaneously met:

a) Having been processed and meeting the quality standards or equivalent to the quality standards specified in
 Appendix I to this Circular.

b) Having legal origin as prescribed in the Circular No. 14/2013 / TT-BCT dated July 15, 2013 of the Ministry of Industry and Trade stipulating conditions for coal trading.

c) Other regulations (if any) under the Government's control of import and export activities in each period. "

  - Coal export procedures: prescribed in Article 5 of Circular 15/2013 / TT-BCT:

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Article 5. Procedures for coal export

1. Enterprises, when carrying out coal export procedures, apart from documents prescribed by the Customs, 
need to produce the following papers:

a) A sample analysis sheet to certify the conformity with the standards and quality of the exported coal batch,
 issued by a laboratory meeting VILAS standards.

b) Documents proving legal origin of exported coal.

2. Documents to prove legal origin of exported coal include:

a) For coal-exploiting enterprises: A valid coal mining license or a full-exploitation license issued by a competent 
state agency.

b) For coal processing enterprises: Certificate of investment in coal processing facility and Contract of purchase 
of coal with lawful origins for processing.
c) For commercial enterprises engaged in coal export and import activities: A trading contract with a copy of 
the value-added invoice or a coal export entrustment contract signed with the enterprise stated at Point a or Point b 
this paragraph; or valid vouchers for coal purchase, which are confiscated or sold by competent state agencies.

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3. When carrying out customs clearance procedures, if there is a suspicion that a shipment of exported coal fails to meet the quality standards prescribed in this Circular, the border-gate customs authority may grant customs clearance and concurrently make a record. copy and get back the coal sample for inspection. The test is performed by a VILAS-compliant laboratory. If the test results confirm the suspicion, the exporting enterprises must be administratively sanctioned according to current regulations and bear the testing costs. If the inspection results show that the goods lots meet the prescribed quality standards, the testing expenses shall be borne by border-gate customs. "

(The documents prescribed by the customs are hereby referred to in Clause 5 Article 1 of Circular 39/2018 / TT-BTC and customs procedures are implemented in Article 18, Article 19 of Circular 38/2015 / TT-BTC) .

  - After coal export has been conducted, the company must report to the competent authority: specified in Article 6 of Circular 15/2013 / TT-BCT
"Article 6. Reports on coal export

1. Content of report on coal export:

a) Implementation results of the type, volume, coal export turnover and origin of exported coal.

b) The observance of regulations on coal export.

2. Reporting regime:

Coal exporting enterprises shall have to report every 6 months (at the beginning of the first and third quarters of
 each year) to report the export. The report is sent to the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Department of
 Industry and Trade, and the Department of Natural Resources and Environment where the enterprise exports coal.

3. Coal exporting enterprises shall be responsible for the accuracy and truthfulness of reported data and information.

4. When competent state agencies request unexpected reports on coal export situation for management, coal exporting
 enterprises shall have to make such requests. "

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