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The five biggest collection districts of the Philippine Bureau of Customs (BOC) failed to meet their targets both for November and the first eleven months of the year.

The Port of Limay posted the biggest collection deficit and Batangas Port, the smallest in November.

For the 11-month period, the Port of Manila (POM) registered the largest shortfall and Limay, the least.

Limay missed its November target of P3.26 billion by 33.5%. From January to November, the deficit was smaller at 0.4%, as the oil port took in P34.05 billion versus the goal of P34.18 billion.

POM fell short of its target by 30.8% in November. It collected P4.51 billion vis-à-vis the target of P6.53 billion. For the 11-month period, POM missed its goal by 23.5% after it took in P52.25 billion.

The Manila International Container Port (MICP), the BOC’s biggest collection district, was 26.3% below its November target of P8.23 billion. From January to November, MICP had a 21.7% deficit after it collected P67.44 billion.

Ninoy Aquino International Airport’s deficit for November was 23.4% (P1.81 billion against P2.36 billion). NAIA also missed its goal for the 11-month period by 17% (P20.56 billion against P24.76 billion).

A 2.9% deficit was registered at the oil port of Batangas in November (P6.24 billion versus P6.43 billion) and 11.6% for the 11-month period (P59.46 billion against P67.29 billion).

Other ports that failed to meet their targets for November were San Fernando (by 16.4%); Legazpi (96.5%); Subic (22.8%) and the Tax Expenditure Fund/Office of the Commissioner or TEF/OCOMM (91.6%).

Those that did were Iloilo (by 897%); Cebu (2.2%); Tacloban (324.4%); Surigao (111.4%); Cagayan de Oro (6.9%); Zamboanga (21.3%); Davao (24.1%); Clark (26.99%); and Aparri (1.9%).

For January to November, the following missed their targets: San Fernando by 34.7%; Legazpi, 0.7%; Cebu, 2.4%; Zamboanga, 22.4%; Subic, 2.8%; Aparri, 22.8%; and TEF/OCOMM, 71.3%.

Those that were within their goal were Iloilo by 93.2%; Tacloban, 367.9%; Cagayan de Oro, 5.6%; Davao, 8.72; and Clark, 17.9%.

Image courtesy of Stuart Miles / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

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