WGA Resources

The WGA Resources Page provides a listing of the various documents and forms which can be consulted and downloaded for use in the promotion of increased trade with the GMS countries. The resources included in this library include, among others, food standards and regulations, import/export procedures, statistics and other related documents.

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22 March 2018
The Letter of Credit is the payment guarantee for goods provided by the clients. It is a pre-requisite document for the Customs Declaration
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22 March 2018
Product Specifications of the manufacturer relating to principle quality and safety standards of the food issued by the manufacturer or an independent testing agency of the country of origin or competent testing agencies in Vietnam
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22 March 2018
The import goods are issued by the Viet Nam Food Administration (VFA) as importer of the foods upon receipt of this Declaration of food quality, safety and hygiene standards in compliance with binding provisions of Vietnamese law. The RC is valid for 3 years.
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22 March 2018
The investment analysis contents includes the information of company, target of investment, scale of investment, investment capital and planning, location, duration, schedule of investment, labor demand, investment incentives, impact assessment, economic-social efficiency
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22 March 2018
Required document for certain goods according to Appendix II of Decree 187/2013/ND-CP
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22 March 2018
Required document to who wish to engage in import/export activities in Vietnam. Other pre-requisites include: Application letter, ID/Passport, Financial Statements, Land leasing contact, Business Cooperation Contact (BCC) and MD-6.
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22 March 2018
Vietnam does not require a company to have an import/export license in order to set up a trading company. However, in order to be able to conduct import/export business, a foreign investor must register
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22 March 2018
This procedure is used to obtain an Import License or an Export License from DIMEX/MOIC or from your nearest provincial office of the Ministry of Industry and Commerce for goods for which a license is required.
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22 March 2018
Certain categories of goods are exempt from Customs duties. Below is a brief list of these exemptions. We recommend, however, that you enquire with Customs to ascertain whether you can take advantage of these concessions
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Trade
21 March 2018
The form used to submit a Customs declaration. This is based on the ASEAN standard format. The IM-8 can be applied online using ASYCUDA online system. Other pre-requisites include: Weight of Imported Goods and Contracted Price.