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HCMC – The Ministry of Finance has proposed reducing the excise and value added taxes on fuels amid rising fuel prices. According to the ministry, the proposal is aimed at reducing fuel prices, supporting local residents and aiding enterprises to recover after the fourth Covid wave, the local media reported. The...

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Finance Ministry proposes cutting excise, value added taxes on fuels

HCMC – The Ministry of Finance has proposed reducing the excise and value added taxes on fuels amid rising fuel prices. According to the ministry,...

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HCMC’s CPI rises 0.91% in June

HCMC – The Consumer Price Index (CPI) in HCMC this month has inched up 0.91% month-on-month, according to the city’s Statistics Office. Among the 11...

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Finance Ministry proposes cutting excise, value added taxes on fuels

HCMC – The Ministry of Finance has proposed reducing the excise and value added taxes on fuels amid rising fuel prices. According to the ministry,...

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