A government spokesman said that the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Review 08, which determines the inspection of imported scrap, is an "emotional document for businesses".
Referring to tens of thousands of container containers imported into ports and causing damage to businesses, at a government press conference on the afternoon of January 31, Minister Mai Tien Dung, the head of the government office, said: "Issue Regulations for the Verification of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment 08, 09 are not sensitive to companies .
Mr Dung said the scrap tank had to be checked and treated with 4 units. The first is the Department of Natural Resources and Environment to grant the conditions; through inspection agencies; and then, through an independent review agency (currently 13 agencies), finally have to go through a state agency where the company has equipment and factories.
Locating a factory in one place and a port in another place makes companies more complex and costly. For example, if the Department of Natural Resources and Environment sends officers to each container Cat To Port, the company must arrange transportation and accommodation. In addition to the cost, the Natural Resources Department's inspection time is 80-90% of the time it takes to clearance the goods. Although the customs need only paper from the natural resources and environmental sectors, which is a customs clearance procedure.
Because there are more than 24,000 containers in ports, it will be very good if you get rid of it, as most businesses are small and medium-sized and need production materials. "The issuance of administrative procedures, but not the full impact assessment, a thorough review has accidentally killed businesses," said Dung.
A government spokesman said that many times companies have been reflected in the government office, meeting directly with Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and "calling on the prime minister for administrative reasons" for "them".
On the afternoon of 31 November, Mai Tien Dung, President of the Government Office, chaired the government office. Photo: Vu Tuan
Dungs asked the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment to "make mistakes in companies when they issued administrative documents that made them tear tears because it was too difficult".
Repeating the Prime Minister's lead in the government session, Minister Mai Tien Dung stressed that the Prime Minister called on the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment not to allow local units permission to break import and demand cancellation. remove this agency circular 08 and 09.
"The prime minister is demanding a careful solution to this issue, otherwise no one will eat it," he stressed.
Responding to this question, Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Le Cong Thanh said that Circular 08 and 09 were designed to strictly implement the direction and direction to limit the import of scrap. Neighboring countries have had a strong policy of importing scrap. These two circulars have improved the rules and regulations for the import of scrap more strictly to protect the environment in the country.
However, Mr Thanh admitted that a series of legal documents for implementing the Law on Environmental Protection and Customs Law were "accidentally overlapping, difficult for local units to implement and also because the implementation of several Natural Resources and Environment Departments has not been very close and creative to reduce shipment clearance time ”.
He said the prime minister's working group had been radically moving, and would soon amend the rules on the national quality of imported scrap in order to strengthen the agency's follow-up responsibilities. instead of the previous check. Customs clearance will be carried out on the basis of the certificate of conformity of the independent assessment bodies.
"From this fact, we believe that assessing the impact of legal documents in the areas that need to be deepened, problem solving and sensitivity to changing rules need to combine the hands of related agencies," said Le Cong Thanh.