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Traders who want to import into Vietnam must be officially registered as businesses, and must obtain an enterprise registration certificate (ERC), issued by any provincial business registration office in Vietnam.
It is mandatory to obtain an import phytosanitary license to be allowed to import plants, plant seeds and plant products for human consumption into Vietnam. The import phytosanitary license is issued by the Plant Protection Department (PPD) of Vietnam and is valid for one year from the date of issuance.
It is mandatory to obtain a phytosanitary and food safety certificate to be allowed to import products derived from plants and seeds (fruits, vegetables, wheat, etc.) for human consumption into Vietnam. The certificate assures that the imported product is compliant with national phytosanitary and food safety laws and regulations, and it is issued by any Plant Quarantine Sub-Department Region (I-IX). Traders are required to obtain the phytosanitary and food safety certificate for each import consignment.
The full procedure sequentially compiles all the primary registrations, licences, permits and clearance steps to be fulfilled by a registered business owner importing into Vietnam a consignment of wheat, as a first-time importer, through Port of Hai Phong City.