Vietnam's Ministry of Industry and Trade proposes management regulations of rice imports, especially imports of low quality rice from overseas markets.新2足球网址（www.99cx.vip）实时更新发布最新最快最有效的新2足球网址,包括新2手机网址,新2备用网址,皇冠最新网址,新2足球网址,新2网址大全。
HANOI: The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) is concerned over the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s (MoIT) proposal to limit imports of low quality rice.
In the draft amendment to Decree No 107 on rice trade, which is currently in the consultation process, the MoIT proposed management regulations of rice imports, especially imports of low quality rice from overseas markets.
Without adequate and timely management and statistics, sharp increases in rice import volumes would potentially influence domestic production and indirectly affect food security, the MoIT explained.
The MoIT stressed the importance of issuing management policies on rice imports according to the criteria of volume, value, type, markets, importers and import border gates.
That would help state management agencies proactively and promptly regulate and manage rice import activities in each period.
In the draft amendment, the ministry also suggested stiffer penalties for rice traders who failed to make quarterly and annual reports on exports and inventories as required.
Over the past three years, many rice exporters failed to report or reported incompletely their export contracts, the implementation of their contracts and their quarterly and annual inventories.
This caused many difficulties for the state rice export management.,
But according to VCCI, the draft did not provide clear criteria for assessing any increase in imports that could affect domestic production and did not specify what measures were to be taken.
“The application of import restrictions might affect domestic manufacturers, increasing production costs, leading to input shortages and reducing competitiveness of Vietnamese goods,” VCCI said.
It added that “import management measures, if applied, should consider the needs of businesses that use raw materials for their production”.
Last year Vietnam imported nearly one million tonnes of rice from various countries. Of the total, 72% came from India and was mainly used to make noodles, cakes, animal feed, beer and liquor.
Amid the controversy on low quality rice imports, Vietnamese rice exports continued to increase over the past 11 months.
Statistics from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) showed that 600,000 tonnes of rice were shipped abroad in November, earning the country US$296mil (RM1.3bil).
The latest addition brought the volume of rice exported overseas in the 11 month-period to 6.69 million tonnes, valued at US$3.24bil (RM14.35bil), up 16.3% and 7% year-on-year.
According to the MARD’s agricultural product market bulletin in November 2022, the exported price of Vietnamese 5% broken rice was US$438 (RM1,939) per tonne, US$13 to US$28 (RM58 to RM124) higher than that of Thailand and US$60 to US$65 (RM266 to RM288) higher than that of India.,
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