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TCC Cancellation and Revalidation Starting Aug 1

TCC Cancellation and Revalidation Starting Aug 1

Jul. 31 | THE Department of Finance (DOF) has issued a new order requiring the special revalidation of all outstanding Tax Credit Certificates (TCCs) from August 1 to December 31, 2006. Starting August 1, 2006 all outstanding TCCs issued by the Bureau of Internal...

WTO Review of Free Trade Agreements

WTO Review of Free Trade Agreements

Jul. 17 | The continuing failure of WTO members to enter into major agreements starting three years ago has made many countries participate in numerous regional and bilateral trade agreements. Regional Trade Agreements (RTAs), which include bilateral free trade...

RP to Adopt the Revised Kyoto Convention

RP to Adopt the Revised Kyoto Convention

Jul. 3 | THERE are at present two proposed legislation pending in Congress which, if not studied fully, may impact nega-tively on how companies conduct their business across international borders. One is the anti-smuggling bill which accordingly will violate various...

DHL Phils eyes 30% growth in 2006

DHL Phils eyes 30% growth in 2006

Jul. 3 | DHL Express Philippines sees its business in the Philippines growing by 30% this year due to the expected increase in electronics export and the launch of more service points nationwide. Lawrence Llamzon, DHL country manager, said the expected growth...

Stricter Marina rules on wooden-hulled vessel manufacture loom

Stricter Marina rules on wooden-hulled vessel manufacture loom

Jul. 3 | THE Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) said it may implement stricter rules on the construction of wooden-hulled vessels based on a recommendation from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). JICA recommended that the length of wooden-hulled...

What’s wrong with importing vessels, NDC asks local shipping industry

What’s wrong with importing vessels, NDC asks local shipping industry

Jul. 3 | LOCAL shipping firms should start looking for ships in countries such as China than wait for the country’s shipyards to manufacture vessels for the domestic market, an official of the National Development Company (NDC) advised. The official said...

No deal yet on customs passes for forwarders

No deal yet on customs passes for forwarders

Jul. 3 | THE Customs Memorandum Order (CMO) providing for the issuance of customs passes to freight forwarders and their representatives continues to hang after talks between the Bureau of Customs (BOC) and freight forwarders bogged down. In a meeting last week,...
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