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Ha Giang firms attend first business-customs dialogue

Update: May, 14/2015 - 09:06
Since last year, the provincial Customs Department has been streamlining customs bureaucracy in an attempt to stimulate export-import activities. — Illustrative image/Photo infonet
HA GIANG (VNS)  — At the first 2015 customs-business dialogue held in Ha Giang, the northern border province, on Tuesday, local firms discussed several questions and concerns with customs officials.

Since last year, the provincial Customs Department has been streamlining customs bureaucracy in an attempt to stimulate export-import activities, Deputy Head Le Ngoc Hieu said during the dialogue, adding that Ha Giang, which shares a borderline with China, targets US$880 million in annual trade by 2020, representing an average growth of 17 per cent.

It also consulted with the provincial People's Committee matters regarding infrastructure upgrades in border and wholesale markets, especially those in rural areas as well as in the Thanh Thuy, Xin Man, and Pho Bang border economic zones. — VNS

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