Nearly 6,000 fuel retail stores issue electronic invoices

As of January 26th, there are 5,844 retail petrol stations nationwide that have implemented electronic invoice issuance for each sales transaction, in accordance with regulations.


On 1st February, the Tax Department announced that as of 26th January, there have been 5,844 retail gasoline and oil shops that have implemented electronic invoicing for each sale as required by regulations, an increase of 3,144 shops compared to 1st December 2023.

Accordingly, many localities have high implementation rates, such as Bac Ninh achieving 97%, Thanh Hoa achieving 95%, Yen Bai achieving 87%, Quang Nam achieving 79%, Ba Ria – Vung Tau achieving 76%, Dak Lak achieving 75%, Quang Ngai achieving 74%, and Hanoi achieving 71%…

In the future, the Tax Department will continue to instruct local tax agencies to vigorously implement the Prime Minister’s directive on electronic invoicing for retail gasoline and oil businesses according to the regulations.

Retail gasoline and oil businesses have implemented electronic invoicing

In addition, the specific tasks and targets for each director of the Department, Tax Sub-department, and each managing officer should be assigned, and propaganda of the policy, legal regulations on electronic invoicing to each enterprise and retail gasoline and oil shop should be intensified to ensure that units fully understand their responsibilities and commit to implementing electronic invoicing for each sale as required by regulations.

Furthermore, the People’s Committee should establish interdisciplinary inspection teams to inspect businesses and retail gasoline and oil shops in the area regarding compliance with regulations on invoices and documents; strictly handle cases of non-compliance or intentional non-compliance with regulations on electronic invoicing in accordance with the Prime Minister’s instructions.

Sharing experiences of localities that have achieved high results should be organized to allow other localities to study and guide enterprises and retail gasoline and oil shops in the locality to implement accordingly.

Especially, the Department of Tax will submit a document to the Ministry of Finance to send to the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Ministry of Public Security, the Ministry of Information and Communications, and the State Capital Management Committee at enterprises, proposing coordinated and effective solutions to require gasoline and oil businesses to issue electronic invoices for each sale at retail gasoline and oil shops and connect data with tax authorities as specified.

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