Forty-two foreign suppliers, including Facebook, Google and TikTok, have paid VND3.44 trillion ($146.40 million) in taxes to Vietnam this year, according to the new portal of the General Department of Taxation.
The portal was established in March to make it easier for cross-border giants to pay their taxes in Vietnam, the department said in a report released Thursday.
Vietnam is forecast to collect VND1,460 trillion in taxes and fees this year, exceeding its earlier estimate by 24.3%. This is an 8.5% increase from 2021.
Sixteen out of 19 tax areas recorded growth for the year, such as state-owned companies (up 8.7% year-on-year), foreign direct investment (2.5%), and the private economy (1.4%).
Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City each collected over VND300 trillion in taxes and fees for the year.
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