Japan promotes e-customs in Vietnam

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The Hanoitimes - The General Department of Vietnam Customs (GDVC) and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) have inked the record of discussion of Japanese technical cooperation project for “Promoting e-customs in Vietnam” values 5.8 million USD.

The Hanoitimes - The General Department of Vietnam Customs (GDVC) and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) have inked the record of discussion of Japanese technical cooperation project for “Promoting e-customs in Vietnam ” values 5.8 million USD.


The newly-signed project aims to establish environment for operating and maintaining customs automation system integrated with Japan National Single Window system (NACCS) which will be transferred to the Vietnam customs.

“This project will be implemented concurrently with the grant aid project for “E-customs and National Single Window for Customs Modernization”. The system will create a breakthrough for customs modernization, trade facilitation, and in the end, help increase Vietnam ’s competitiveness and enable further economic growth in the future”, said Mr. TSUNO Motonori, JICA chief representative in Vietnam .


It will help Vietnam establish necessary laws and regulations corresponding to the usage of NACCS, the structure to properly operate; maintains and manages the system and its information security policy and mechanism. Officials of GDVC and users of private sector will be trained to gain knowledge and skills to properly use the system and develop necessary related human resources as well.


The project will be implemented in 3 years.

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