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Monthly Archives: November, 2015

ASEAN achieves significant progress in tariff liberalization since 1992 AFTA signing—report

Since the ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA) agreement was signed in 1992, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations member states (AMS) have made significant progress...

Only 30% of PH gov’t agencies plugged into National Single Window

A third, or only 12 of 40, government agencies involved in issuing import and export licenses, permits, and clearances are currently connected to the...

Waive bank secrecy in exchange for exemption from BIR clearance, Lina proposes to brokers

If Philippine customs brokers waive their right to bank secrecy, they may no longer be required to secure the Bureau of Internal Revenue’s (BIR)...

PH economy grows 6% in Q3, third highest rate in Asia

The Philippine economy grew 6% in the third quarter of 2015—slightly below the expected 6.3% growth but an improvement over the 5.8% expansion in...

PH Sept imports up 6.7%

The Philippines' merchandise imports continued to post growth for the fourth consecutive month in September, boosted by double-digit increases in the importation of raw materials...

Rush to put up new businesses as Vietnam implements revised enterprise law

Vietnam might see the number of newly established enterprises increase to a record high following a significant surge in the launch of new firms...

Carriers laud Singapore’s decision to extend exemption for liner shipping pacts

Shipping lines in Singapore welcomed the decision by the Minister for Trade and Industry to extend the exemption of certain liner shipping agreements (LSAs)...

Zim achieves profit even as freight rates hit new lows

Israeli container shipping carrier Zim Integrated Shipping Services said that despite a challenging market environment, it achieved its fourth consecutive quarter of operating income...

Weak demand from key markets hurt HK’s October exports

Hong Kong’s total merchandise exports fell 3.7% in October year-on-year as global demand remained week and exports to most of its major markets continued...

Vietnam’s exports expand to $14B in October

Vietnam registered merchandise export growth of US$14.31 billion in October 2015, up 3.6% from $13.81 billion a month earlier, and 2.1% higher than in...
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