Some items have large revenues due to the sharp increase in prices, which increases the import value, and at the same time increases the budget revenue due to the increase in prices, such as exported and imported crude oil, imported petroleum, and imported liquefied petroleum gas.
According to information announced by the leaders of the General Department of Customs at the online conference summarizing the work in 2021, implementing the task in 2022 of the industry on December 27, the total state budget revenue in 2021 through customs estimated at VND 370,000 billion, equaling 117.46% of the revenue estimate and 110.45% of the striving target, up 19.2% over the same period in 2020.
The reasons for the sharp increase in state budget revenue in 2021 through customs are: Some items have large revenues due to a sharp increase in prices, which increases the value of imports, and at the same time increases budget revenue due to rising prices such as crude oil exports. imports, imports, imported petroleum, imported liquefied petroleum gas increased by about 7,500 billion VND.
Specifically, in 2021, imported iron and steel products, iron ore, iron and steel products increase by about 11,700 billion VND; imported plastic materials increased by about 3,900 billion dong; imported ores and minerals increase revenue by about 3,000 billion dong; imported coal increased revenue by about 3,600 billion dong.
Another notable product group is imported CBU cars of all kinds, which increased 1.6 times, increasing the revenue from this item by about 14,300 billion VND. Along with that, many solar and wind power projects have been implemented, resulting in a sudden increase in revenue from components, machinery and equipment serving the project about VND 8,300 billion.
Notably, the total export and import value of Vietnam’s goods in 2021 is estimated at 668.5 billion USD, an increase of 22.6%, equivalent to an increase of 123 billion USD compared to 2020. Import and export activities positive and uniform growth throughout the country, especially in the key economic regions of the North and the Southeast.
In which, import and export of goods through Bac Ninh Customs Department achieved the highest turnover in the country with 153.14 billion USD (updated from the beginning of the year to the end of December 15), an increase of 21.5% over the same period last year. last year.
In addition, the total value of exports and imports of goods cleared through customs departments in 19 southern provinces and cities increased by 16% over the same period last year and accounted for about 41% of the total value of exports and imports. of the whole country.
In which, the total import-export value of the Customs Department: Ho Chi Minh City reached 117.76 billion USD, up 7%; Binh Duong reached 47.61 billion USD, up 17%; Dong Nai reached 35.31 billion USD, up 25%; Ba Ria-Vung Tau reached $21.29 billion, up 45% over the same period last year.
Some customs departments of provinces/cities achieved a very high increase in export and import value such as: Hai Phong Customs Department reached 90.77 billion USD, up 30.8%; Hanoi Customs Department reached USD 50.67 billion, up 31.1%; Customs Department: Nghe An reached USD 2.97 billion, up 103%; Gia Lai reached 1.33 billion USD, up 330.3% and Quang Tri reached 1.03 billion USD, up 123% over the same period last year.