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Monthly Archives: July, 2004

Customs Treatment of PEZA Domestic Sales

GENERALLY, customs rules and regulations apply only when foreign goods previously entered into the export or free trade zone are taken out of the...

Specific Focus Areas in a Customs Audit

IN our previous article, we mentioned that the Post Entry Audit (PEA) Group of the Bureau of Customs (BoC) has already issued numerous Audit...

PPA sees no major trade disruption with ISPS Code implementation

THE Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) said it expects no major trade disruption with the July 1 enforcement of the International Ship and Port Facility...

ICTSI: No cargo delays at MICT with ISPS Code

International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) assured port users, especially exporters, that there will be no delays in servicing cargo at the Manila International...

PPA income up 28.4% in Jan-May

FOR the first five months of the year, the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) earned a net income of P1,005.40 million, up 28.46% compared with...

PUC: Customs Brokers Act a disincentive to brokers

THE implementation of Republic Act (RA) 9280 or the Customs Brokers Act of 2004 may serve as a deterrent to customs brokers with no...

ATSC to open Batangas-Mindoro ro-ro service

ABOITIZ TRANSPORT SYSTEM CORP. (ATSC) will launch a direct roll-on/roll-off (ro-ro) service from Batangas to San Jose, Mindoro, areas predominantly being served by small...

DOJ: Int’l air forwarders must follow 60/40 rule

INTERNATIONAL airfreight forwarding companies operating in the Philippines are considered public utilities and should therefore follow the 60/40 nationality requirement stated in the 1987...
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