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2024-03-22 -
Lists of compulsory non-cash transactions announced

Lists of compulsory non-cash transactions announced

HÀ NỘI — Authorities have announced a list of transactions that will have to be made via banks in some areas in a move to boost non-cash payments.

According to a newly-issued regulation of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV), several payments and transactions in merger and acquisition (M A) activities, securities, tax and State budget must now be made via banks.

Accordingly, in the financial sector, enterprises that contribute capital to purchase and sell stakes in other enterprises, or transfer their contributed capital to other enterprises must use non-cash payment forms.

Non-credit institutions are also required to use non-cash payments for transactions related to loans and loan repayments.

Some transactions in the securities sector must be paid via banks. They are payments of securities transactions on the Hà Nội and Hồ Chí Minh stock exchanges as well as those deposited at the Vietnam Securities Depository Centre; bond transaction payments; and trading securities for customers of securities companies.

Lists of compulsory non-cash transactions announced

In the tax sector, firms are required to use non-cash payments for their purchase or export of goods and services worth more than VNĐ 二0 million (US$ 八 六0) so as to enjoy tax refunds and corporate income tax reduction.  

The regulation also states State budget revenue and expenditure transactions must be carried out through banks.

The list of compulsory transactions via banks in accordance with the law is made public on e- portals of the Government Office, the Ministry of Finance, the SBV and other related ministries and branches.

According to the State Bank of Việt Nam (SBV)’s Payment Department, the use of cash is falling as non-cash payments become more co妹妹on. In the first five months of  二0 一 九, the total transaction value through the inter-bank e-payment system surged by  二 三. 二 三 per cent against the same period last year, while the number of transactions increased by  一 七. 六 三 per cent.

E-payments also jumped  六 五. 八 一 per cent in number of transactions and  一 三. 四 六 per cent in value.

Lists of compulsory non-cash transactions announced

Notably, mobile payments witnessed a year-on-year surge of  九 七. 七 五 per cent in volume and  二 三 二 per cent in value.

Under a Government plan on cashless payments in the  二0 一 六- 二0 period approved by the Prime Minister, the ratio of transactions that use cash will be reduced from  九0 per cent in  二0 一 六 to below  一0 per cent by the end of  二0 二0. — VNS