The Department of Customs of Da Nang City in Central Vietnam has deployed e-signatures for all its customs office since the beginning of this month.
Le Phuoc Nho, Deputy Head of Processing at Da Nang Customs said there are currently 13 enterprises using e-signatures for transactions with his agency.
In addition, Department of Customs in Ho Chi Minh city recently organised a training course in the use of digital signatures in electronic customs procedures for more than 400 companies.
Business will need to register for using digital signatures with customs authorities, working with digital signature certification service providers to register them. They also need to upgrade their e-customs software to make it compatible with the use of digital signatures.
The department will use digital signatures in the case of 30 enterprises on a trial basis at its Tan Cang office starting from June 1. Then, from July 1, it will be implemented at all its remaining 11 offices.
The Ministry of Finance Vietnam is also preparing a draft decree to implement provisions of the Law on Customs regarding electronic customs procedures. The decree would replace regulations applied in the electronic customs pilot programme.
The draft decree would require the electronic customs declarant must use a digital signature that has been registered with the customs authorities. This decree is expected to be approved and issued in July 2012.
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