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WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement now in force

WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement now in force

Feb. 22 | World Trade Organization Director-General Roberto Azevêdo (center) at the Feb 22 announcement that the Trade Facilitation Agreement has entered into force. Photo from WTO Twitter account. The World Trade Organization...

Higher PH transport rates loom with increased excise tax on fuel

Higher PH transport rates loom with increased excise tax on fuel

Feb. 22 | Philippine transport service providers warn any increase in excise tax on petroleum products will mean higher operational costs that will eventually be passed on to consumers. The government is proposing a staggered...

Radar maintenance to cancel 200 plus PH flights from Mar 6-11

Radar maintenance to cancel 200 plus PH flights from Mar 6-11

Feb. 22 | Four airlines in the Philippines are cancelling more than 200 flights from March 6 to 11 due to a scheduled maintenance on the Tagaytay radar. Philippine Airlines (PAL), Cebu Pacific, Cebgo, and Skyjet have cancelled...

PNP shifts responsibility for transport of regulated chemicals to 3PLs, manufacturers

PNP shifts responsibility for transport of regulated chemicals to 3PLs, manufacturers

Feb. 20 | The Philippine National Police (PNP) will soon implement new guidelines transferring the responsibility for transporting controlled chemicals from the police to logistics service providers, manufacturers, dealers,...

Proposed PH customs order details steps for disposing seized, forfeited goods

Proposed PH customs order details steps for disposing seized, forfeited goods

Feb. 20 | The latest draft order that implements provisions of the Philippine Customs Modernization and Tariff Act (CMTA) regarding disposal of certain cargoes has been released by the Department of Finance (DOF) and Bureau...

DOF, private sector back fuel marking initiative to counter smuggling

DOF, private sector back fuel marking initiative to counter smuggling

Feb. 20 | Various groups are supporting a Philippine government proposal to adopt a fuel marking and monitoring system to prevent oil smuggling and improve collection of fuel excise taxes, according to the Department of Finance...

DOTr favors push to split up CAAP’s regulatory and operational duties

DOTr favors push to split up CAAP’s regulatory and operational duties

Feb. 20 | The Department of Transportation (DOTr) supports plans to separate the conflicting mandates of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP), retaining its regulatory function and transferring its role of...

TL2 Shipping Agency is Hyundai agent in Davao, GenSan

TL2 Shipping Agency is Hyundai agent in Davao, GenSan

Feb. 18 | Starting April 1, 2017, TL2 Shipping Agency, Inc will be the exclusive agent of Hyundai Merchant Marine in Davao and General Santos. Present at the signing of the agreement were (L to R) Marc Mun – Hyundai, Chief...

BOC inaugurates interline baggage room at Clark airport

BOC inaugurates interline baggage room at Clark airport

Feb. 18 | The interline baggage room (IBR) at the Clark International Airport (CRK) was recently inaugurated. The IBR will ensure proper monitoring, receipt, inventory and overall handling of unclaimed baggage; unaccompanied,...

PPA amends holdover period for lapsed cargo-handling contracts

PPA amends holdover period for lapsed cargo-handling contracts

Feb. 16 | The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has revised in a newly issued administrative order the terms for the holdover period for expiring cargo-handling contracts. PPA Administrative Order (AO) No. 03-2017 said all...
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