Accordingly, from October 1, 1818, conditions of rice export business include:
1. Traders established and making business registration under the provisions of law may export rice when meeting the following conditions:
- Having at least one specialized store used for storing paddy and rice in conformity with national standards and technical regulations on rice and rice depots, promulgated by competent agencies according to the provisions of the Law on Standards and Technical Regulations. Art.
- Having at least 1 milling or grinding establishment or rice and rice processing establishments compatible with the national standards and technical regulations on warehouses and rice husking and grinding establishments and processed by the competent bodies. Issuing rights according to the provisions of the Law on Standards and Technical Regulations.
Warehouses, milling, grinding and processing facilities for paddy and rice to meet the business conditions mentioned in (1) above may be owned by traders or leased by traders from other organizations or individuals, Have a written lease in accordance with the law for a minimum term of 5 years.
Traders who have certificates of eligibility for rice export business (certificates) shall not be allowed to lease or sublease warehouses or rice husking or grinding establishments which have been declared to prove their satisfaction. Applying business conditions in their application for the granting of certificates for other traders to use for the purpose of applying for certificates.
3. Traders who export only organic rice, rice and micro-nutritive rice do not meet the conditions stipulated in (1), (2) above. They do not need a certificate, do not have to carry out the circulation reserve and have the responsibility to report according to regulations.
When carrying out export customs procedures, traders exporting organic rice, rice and non-certified micronutrients shall only have to produce to the customs office the original or authenticated copy. by competent agencies or organizations, written certifications and certifications by competent agencies or organizations or export assessment certificates issued by assessment organizations according to the provisions of law on rice products to export goods in conformity with criteria and methods determined by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and the Ministry of Health.
The Decree also specifies the condition of rice export business. Accordingly, merchants shall themselves declare dossiers of application for certificates and take responsibility before law for their declared contents, papers and documents in dossiers of application for certificates and response The rice export conditions stipulated above.
The Industry and Trade Department shall assume the prime responsibility for, and coordinate with the Agriculture and Rural Development Service and concerned agencies in, post-inspecting warehouses and grinding establishments for processing rice and rice so as to meet the conditions for rice export business. in the trader's territory after the trader is granted the certificate.
Within 5 working days after the inspection is finished, the provincial / municipal Industry and Trade Services shall report to the Ministry of Industry and Trade on the results of the written inspection, propose measures to handle the violations (if any) checklist.
According to the annual or extraordinary plan, the Ministry of Industry and Trade shall assume the prime responsibility and coordinate with the concerned agencies in inspecting the post-inspection of warehouses, rice milling and processing establishments to meet the conditions Trading rice in the area of traders after traders are granted certificates and the maintenance of meeting the conditions of rice export business of traders.