A worker at a construction site of a bridge in Hanoi. Photo: Reuters Tax authorities in Hanoi Monday released a list of 23 businesses, mostly in property and construction, that have defaulted on tax payments. As of May 30 they owed more than VND1.23 trillion (US$56.52 million) in back taxes, of which property developer Song Da – Thang Long Joint Stock Company accounted for 30.4 percent. The same day the agency also named 15 projects that failed to pay land-use fees of over VND1.2 trillion ($54.95 million) as of June 30. Speaking to Thanh Nien, Nguyen Thi Hai Yen, chief of the agency’s taxpayers support office, said all the businesses were more than 90 days behind in paying their taxes. For some companies, the delay was caused by outside factors like economic difficulties, while some “deliberately” delayed their payments, she said. Her agency had tried many measures, from reminding the companies to slapping fines, without success, she said. Even before the list was published, it had given them a chance to explain their delays and time to pay their dues, but they still failed to pay up, she said. “We know once the businesses’ name are publicized, their operations, their…
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