HCMC – The Ministry of Transport has written to the Ministry of Finance proposing reducing fees and charges on traffic infrastructure until the end of 2022 amid the rising fuel prices.
The proposal was made today, July 6, to help reduce transport costs fueled by the high prices of gasoline and other fuels, the local media reported.
The ministry proposed a 30% cut on charges for passenger coaches and a 10% reduction on the charges for goods transport vehicles until the end of 2022.
As for maritime transport, a 20% reduction on vessel tonnage fees, maritime insurance costs and seaport entry and exit fees was also proposed for local ships from August to the end of the year.
The ministry also sought to lower certificate assessment fees in the aviation field and secured transport registration fees for aircraft by 20% each.
Regarding railway transport, the ministry proposed extending the 50% cut on railway infrastructure use fees until late 2022.