Corporate VNR petitions for reduction of infrastructure charge By Lan Nhi Thursday, Dec 3, 2020,10:13 (GMT+7) VNR petitions for reduction of infrastructure charge By Lan Nhi Passengers board a train. VNR has proposed an infrastructure use fee reduction – PHOTO: LE ANH HANOI – Vietnam Railway Corporation (VNR) has proposed reducing the infrastructure charge from 8% of its railway transport revenue to 2% due to the difficulties caused by Covid-19. The proposal has been sent to the Ministries of Transport and Finance and the Commission for the Management of State Capital at Enterprises. This year, VNR may generate nearly VND3.2 trillion in revenue and its losses were estimated at VND643 billion. It has minimized its operation cost and furloughed its staff. VNR and transport firms have encountered cash flow difficulties to maintain their operations. They are finding it hard to overcome their budget deficit, VNR Chairman Vu Anh Minh said. VNR needs VND320 billion in 2020 and VND350 billion in 2021 to make good its losses. VNR’s railway transport revenue was estimated at VND2.7 trillion this year. With this revenue, it will have to pay VND213 billion as the infrastructure use fee. If the proposal to reduce the infrastructure use fee is approved, the… Read full this story
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