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Information about Viet Nam
Situated on the eastern coast of mainland Southeast Asia, the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (SRV) has an area of 329,560 sq km (127,244 sq mi), extending 1,650 km (1,025 mi) N–S and 600 km (373 mi) E–W. Comparatively, the area occupied by Vietnam is slightly larger than the state of New Mexico. At its narrowest, Vietnam is only 50 km (31 mi) across. The nation is bordered on the N by China, on the E by the Gulf of Tonkin, on the E and S by the South China Sea, on the SW by the Gulf of Thailand, and on the W by Cambodia and Laos, with a total land boundary of 4,639 km (2,883 mi) and a coastline of 3,444 km (2,140 mi). Before unification, which was proclaimed on 3 July 1976, Vietnam was divided in two by the 17th parallel. To the south was the Republic of Vietnam (RVN), also known as South Vietnam; to the north, the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (DRV), also known as North Vietnam.
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Car Import Duty in Vietnam
A used automobile can be imported into Vietnam, though import duties are high and the procedure is a complicated one. The present owner of the vehicle must be the original owner; if the automobile has changed ownership since the original title was issued, the vehicle cannot be imported into Vietnam. The vehicle must have been legally registered in the owner’s home country for at least six months, have a minimum mileage of 10,000 Km and cannot be more than five years old. Although driving is on the right side of the road, vehicles equipped with the steering wheel on the right or left side may be imported into the country.
It is also possible to import a motorcycle into Vietnam if the engine size is 175 cc or greater. The procedures are the same as for importing an automobile. Import duties on motorcycles can easily be more than 100 percent of the value of the motorcycle.
Procedures and required documents
Vehicles may enter the country through one of four ports: Cai Lan in Ha Long City, Hai Phong, Danang and Ho Chi Minh City. Vietnam Customs is in charge of the importation of any vehicle into Vietnam. The necessary application forms (as detailed below) can be downloaded from their website.
To import a vehicle into the country, the following documents will need to be supplied to Vietnam Customs:
- An application form for importing an automobile into Vietnam (don de nghi nhap khau o to)
- An automobile import licence (giay phep nhap khau)
- A bill of lading (van tai don)
- A customs declaration for export/import (to khai hai quan xuat/nhap khau)
- A vehicle registration certificate (giay dang ky xe nuoc ngoai)
In addition, the owner of the vehicle will need to present the customs officer with:
- A valid passport
- A visa that is valid for at least three months
- A valid work permit
- A household registration book
Note: The household registration book must be issued by the Ministry of Public Security of Vietnam.
- The Ministry of Public Security of Vietnam
At: 44 Yet Kieu, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
Tel: (04) 06943647 / (04) 06941165
Once the vehicle arrives in Vietnam, it will need to be inspected by Vietnam Customs. A customs officer will check the automobile import licence, bill of lading, customs declaration for import/export, and conduct a physical inspection of the vehicle. The owner of the vehicle may request to see the vehicle before presenting it for inspection, but this process must be overseen by a customs officer. Import duties will need to be paid to Vietnam Customs before the vehicle can be released. Automobiles are assessed a Special Sales Tax of 50 percent or more on the value of the vehicle, unless the importer is of diplomatic status, in which case, the Special Sales Tax is waived.
Once the car has passed through customs, the owner has three working days to submit an application for the vehicle’s Vietnam registration. The vehicle will need to be tested for safety and environmental standards and receive a certificate of technical safety and environmental protection. These certificates will need to be submitted to Vietnam Customs to complete the processing of the vehicle.
The next step will be to have the vehicle registered at the designated local police traffic office. All required documentation, including the Certificate of Vehicle Inspection, the Vehicle Registration Declaration, proof of insurance and the owner’s valid passport, visa and work permit will need to be presented to the traffic office.
- Vietnam Customs Head Office
At: Block E3, Duong Dinh Nghe Street, Yen Hoa, Cau Giay District, Hanoi
Tel: (04) 39440833 (ext: 8624)
- Quang Ninh Province Customs Department (in Vietnamese)
At: No 5, Ben Doan Street, Halong City, Quang Ninh Province
Tel: (033) 33826148
Fax: (033) 33825590
- Danang City Customs Department (in Vietnamese)
At: 250 Bach Dang Road, Phuoc Ninh Ward, Danang City
Tel: (0511) 3827639
Fax: (0511) 3823328
- Hai Phong City Customs Department
At: No 22, Dien Bien Phu Road, May To Ward, Hai Phong City
Tel: (031) 3836262
Fax: (031) 3859993
- Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department
At: 2 Ham Nghi Street, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
Tel: (08) 38291422
Fax: (08) 38290096
After the vehicle has successfully passed through customs and been registered with the police traffic office, Vietnamese licence plates will be issued. Foreign licence plates may not be used in Vietnam. Once the application for licence plates has been submitted, temporary plates, valid for 20 days, will be issued. If necessary, the temporary plates may be extended once for an additional 20 days. Once the permanent plates have been issued, they must be affixed onto the vehicle.
Foreign vehicles will have licence numbers preceded by the letters NN or NG, which identifies the vehicle as being either foreign or diplomatic. The other letters and numbers on the licence plates will reflect the city and province where the vehicle is registered and other information to identify the vehicle.
News on Special Consumption Tax on imported car from 2016
Under the new tax calculation, which will be changed beginning January 1, 2016, the special consumption tax for imported cars with 24 seats and below would be based on the importer’s price, but the price must not be lower than 105 per cent of the cost of an auto, which includes the car’s import price, import tax and special consumption tax at the importing point. If it is lower than this level, the tax will be fixed by a tax agency following regulations on tax management.
As for 24-seater cars assembled and manufactured in Viet Nam, the tax will be based on the carmakers’ wholesale price, though this price must not be lower than 7 per cent of the average prices of automobiles.
The new calculation method is expected to cause an estimated 5-per-cent increase in the price of imported cars.
At an automobile shop on HCM City’s Cong Hoa Street, the price of a Ford Ranger pick-up truck has increased by more than VND22 million (US$1,004) compared with the previous price. Also, a Camry 2.5, which previously cost VND1.35 billion ($61,618), now costs over VND1.4 billion ($63,900), an increase of VND55 million ($2,510), the Phap luat TPHCM newspaper reported.
Linh, who intended to purchase a car, told the newspaper that some of his friends bought their cars last year, before the tax had changed, so they could pay a lower price. “Some cars now cost as much as VND1 billion ($45,643) higher than last year,” said Linh. Domestic auto importers and assemblers have also increased the selling prices of their cars. Mercedes-Benz, considered a pioneer, has seen some prices soaring.
Early this year, some Mercedes-Benz distributors announced that their selling prices on some vehicles had risen between VND20 million ($912) and VND1.8 billion ($80,000).
For example, an A200 now costs VND30 million ($1,300) more, while the price of a CLA has increased by VND20 million ($890). The highest increases are seen on imported vehicles, such as GL63 AMG 4Matic and G65 AMG, with prices surging by VND1.28 billion ($56,900) and VND1.8 billion ($82,158), respectively.
Truong Kim Phong, sales and marketing director of Ford Viet Nam, said the selling prices of their pick-up trucks had increased by over VND20 million ($912) since the beginning of this year.
The 16-seat passenger Ford Transit’s price had also been increased by VND35 million ($1,597), Phong told the newspaper, adding that the costs of locally-assembled cars would also rise in the near future.
“The new calculation method for the special consumption tax, along with high US dollar exchange rates, have affected the cost of imported cars and auto parts that can not be produced for vehicles assembled in the country, forcing auto makers and distributors to increase their prices,” Phong said.
For the same reason, other auto importers have also increased prices.
The importer and distributor of BMW cars in Viet Nam has announced their latest list of car selling prices, with an increase in car prices fluctuating between VND49 million ($2,236) and VND650 million ($29,668). As for the Porsche Macan and Macan S, prices increased by VND290 million ($13,236) and VND250 million ($11,410), respectively.
Although the costs of popular inexpensive cars have not been affected, according to the prediction of local auto firms, the prices of these vehicles will also rise by 2 to 5 per cent over current price levels, the newspaper said.
Suppose to fall
According to integration commitments in the free trade agreements that Viet Nam has signed, the prices of cars would decrease. For example, since early 2016 the tax imposed on complete built up units imported from ASEAN countries to Viet Nam would fall from 50 per cent last year to 40 per cent.
Under WTO commitments, beginning January 1 import taxes applied on automobiles would slightly decrease from 4 per cent to 2 per cent.
Therefore, auto prices should be reducing, rather than rising, the newspaper reported, adding that some businesses and experts said the tax reduction under these free trade agreements are nothing, compared to the newly-applied special consumption tax.
In addition, Viet Nam mainly imports pick-up trucks from the ASEAN region, such as Chevrolet Colorado, Toyota Hilux and Nissan Navara, which are taxed at about 5 per cent, while other types of car are taxed at about 50 per cent. Therefore, the reduction of taxes on automobiles imported from ASEAN countries hardly affects the prices of these vehicles, the newspaper said.
Meanwhile, other luxury cars, such as Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi and Lexus, which are often sourced from Japan, the US and Europe, do not have the opportunity to enjoy the 40-per cent tax level, as do those imported from the ASEAN region.
According to Huynh The Du, a lecturer at the Fulbright Economics Teaching Programme, the new tax on imported cars, which he calls rational, should even be increased further.
“The automobile market development must be consistent with transport infrastructure development. Without policies controlling the automobile market, the economy will suffer many consequences,” Du said, adding that increasing taxes is one of the most effective solutions to limit the amount of vehicles on the road.
According to the General Statistics Office, the total import value of automobiles and automobile parts was estimated at nearly $6 billion in 2015, of which the import value of automobiles reached $3 billion
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