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Monthly Archives: November, 2014

PH economy slows in Q3, hobbled by port congestion, reduced public spending

The Philippine economy grew 5.3% in the third quarter of 2014, its slowest in almost three years, weighed down by port congestion, a decline...

NYK Line makes first port call in Subic

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT, PHILIPPINES — Japan-based Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) Line, one of the largest shipping companies in the world, made its first direct...

Harbor Star files intent to expand business services

Listed Harbor Star Shipping Services, Inc. recently received approval from its stockholders to amend its Articles of Incorporation to allow the company to expand...

One of top PH rice importers slapped with smuggling charge

Another top rice importer faces smuggling-related charges filed by the Bureau of Customs (BOC) for bringing in rice without government permits. Four separate complaints were...

DHL Supply Chain PH chief: Let logistics industry be

DHL Supply Chain Phils., Inc. country managing director Suzie Mitchell’s dream for the Philippine logistics industry is simple: Let the industry “develop itself”. Mitchell, who...

Metro container yards still operating at high capacity

While the situation involving repositioning of empty containers has improved slightly, utilization of container yards in Metro Manila remains high two months after the...

Port congestion weighs down Q1 2015 business confidence

Philippine businesses hold a rosier outlook for the last quarter of 2014 than they did for the previous quarter, posting a higher confidence index...

DOTC plans to link proposed P166B North-South railway system to Batangas port

The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) intends to connect Batangas port and the planned North-South Railway (NSR) system to provide the Southern Luzon...

Vietnam passes updated draft investment, enterprise laws

The National Assembly (NA) of Vietnam, the country’s legislative body, passed on November 26 the revised drafts of the Law on Investment and the...

Asia airlines fly in high gear; HKIA makes progress with new concourse

Air cargo demand and passenger numbers remained robust for Asia-Pacific carriers in October as indicated by global traffic figures released by the Association of...
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