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Temporary Imports and Admissions

Temporary Imports and Admissions

Jun. 18 | PART of international trade and customs practices is the concept of Temporary Imports or Temporary Admissions, which are the general terms used to refer to articles that are imported temporarily under certain conditions but to be subsequently re-exported...

Open skies at Subic, Clark to boost zones’ logistics hub bid

Open skies at Subic, Clark to boost zones’ logistics hub bid

Jun. 4 | ECOZONES Subic and Clark will get a boost in their bid to become regional logistics and tourism hubs after the government decided to restore the open skies policy in both areas. During a presentation of the country’s economic growth late last week,...

More bidders eye Subic container port

More bidders eye Subic container port

Jun. 4 | AT least three foreign firms are expected to challenge the offer of port operator International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) to operate the Subic container port. Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) administrator Armand Arreza said Asian...

Fire steels Marina resolve

Fire steels Marina resolve

Jun. 4 | THE Maritime Industry Authority (Marina) is tightening its grip on domestic vessels to ensure that no company takes advantage of the slowdown in operations caused by a fire that gutted the agency’s central office last week. The fire at the Philippine...

North Harbor Q1 figures nosedive

North Harbor Q1 figures nosedive

Jun. 4 | SHIP traffic and cargo throughput at the Manila North Harbor posted a double-digit decrease for the first quarter of the year, latest data from Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) showed. Cargo handled at the terminal was down more than 10% to 3.35 million...

Better 2007 for container shipping, predicts Maersk

Better 2007 for container shipping, predicts Maersk

Jun. 4 | THE international container shipping industry may expect better returns this year on the back of improved freight rates, according to an executive of Maersk Filipinas, Inc. (MFI). The local subsidiary of Maersk Group, the largest international carrier...

Guidelines for radiation monitoring project out soon

Guidelines for radiation monitoring project out soon

Jun. 4 | THE Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) will soon issue implementing guidelines for the radiation monitoring project but these guidelines will not yet include the amount of the monitoring fee. This after the PPA decided to conduct another public hearing...

Box security fee collection,  advance manifest deferred

Box security fee collection, advance manifest deferred

Jun. 4 | FOLLOWING vehement opposition from shippers, the Bureau of Customs has deferred implementation of the advance inward foreign manifest ruling. Customs Commissioner Napoleon Morales told Port Users Confederation (PUC) officials late last week that the bureau...
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