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Monthly Archives: February, 2012

China plans to build world’s biggest airport

China will construct the world’s largest airport within the next five years, Chinese media reported. The planned US$4.8-billion airport in Daxing, located between Beijing and...

WTSA lines announce April guideline rate adjustments

Container shipping lines in the Westbound Transpacific Stabilization Agreement (WTSA) have announced a new round of incremental dry cargo rate increases, part of their...

Hapag-Lloyd sets rate hikes for North Europe and North America to East Asia loops

Hapag-Lloyd will impose general rate increases (GRIs) from North Europe to East Asia and from Canada and the U.S. to East Asia, the Indian...

CMA CGM reshuffles Asia-US East Coast loops

CMA CGM announced that it will reshuffle its Asia-U.S. East Coast services from March 28. The new Asia-U.S. East Coast network is reportedly part of...

ASEAN ministers eye working groups to remove market barriers

Economic ministers from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) agreed to establish working groups on trade in goods, services, and investment that will...

PH Customs’ automated export system for Mar 1 adoption

The Philippine Bureau of Customs (BOC) will implement its own version of the Automated Export Declaration System (AEDS) at the start of March to...

SMC acquisition of PAL almost done deal

Philippine publicly-listed company San Miguel Corp (SMC) will reportedly take a 49% stake in Philippine Airlines (PAL), according to recent reports. The reports claimed San...

PH gov’t bullish on shipbuilding, other sunrise sectors

The Philippine Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is eyeing shipbuilding among new sunrise industries which could boost exports and economic growth. “We are continuing...

PH export council pushes EO on Revised Kyoto Convention

The Export Development Council (EDC) in the Philippines, working with the National Competitiveness Council (NCC), will push for an executive order that will finally...

Cebu Pacific signs lease for 4 planes

Philippine-based Cebu Pacific Air (CEB) recently signed a lease agreement for four new Airbus A330-300s for use in long-haul routes starting the third quarter...
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