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Customs Trends & Developments for 2007

Customs Trends & Developments for 2007

Jan. 31 | WE have just started the year and a lot of people have been asking me for the latest trends and deve-lopments in the customs front for 2007. Except for the controversial law for customs brokers (RA 9280), we have not seen major changes and developments...

ASEAN & the Transport Industry

ASEAN & the Transport Industry

Jan. 15 | AT the opening of the 12th ASEAN summit, the ASEAN heads of states endorsed a proposal for the creation of an ASEAN Charter similar to the integrated regional bloc of the European Union. Amidst the call for greater cooperation and integration to support...

2nd K Line Air Service sales meeting in HK

2nd K Line Air Service sales meeting in HK

Jan. 1 | KLAS Phils officials April Coching-Lim (vice president-Marketing), second from right, and Martha Castillo (Customer Service assistant manager), fourth from right, at the KLAS national sales department meeting in Hong Kong. K Line Air Service (KLAS) recently...

FASC pushes integration of Asean economies

FASC pushes integration of Asean economies

Jan. 1 | THE Federation of Asean Shippers Council (FASC) is pushing for the immediate integration of economies of the 10-member Association of Southeast Asean Nations (Asean) to facilitate trade and corner more foreign direct investments (FDIs). Philippine Shippers’...

DHL looking beyond electronics industry for growth in 2007

DHL looking beyond electronics industry for growth in 2007

Jan. 1 | SEEING no improvement in other markets aside from the semi-conductor and electronics industry, DHL Express Philippines is looking at tapping new markets for growth. Country manager Lawrence Llamzon, in an interview, said DHL is looking at the mining,...

Export surcharge passed on to importing community

Export surcharge passed on to importing community

Jan. 1 | AN increase in import charges may be seen as early as the first two months of the year after warehouse and ground handling operators reportedly agreed to the proposal of the export sector to hike the surcharge on imported goods instead of levy an export...
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