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Monthly Archives: December, 2018

PLSA: New North Port tariff ‘ambiguous’, favors operator

The Philippine Liner Shipping Association (PLSA) is requesting the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) to define certain services under the recently approved tariff for other...

DOTr eyes private sector to operate MVIS for trucks, buses

The Department of Transportation (DOTr) is looking at allowing private operators to run motor vehicle inspection systems (MVIS) for trucks and buses to hasten...

FDA licensing for micro firms simplified

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and Department of Health (DOH) have launched a six-month pilot program to fast-track the process for micro...

CALAx contractor secures P24B loan

MPCALA Holdings, Inc. (MPCALA), an indirect subsidiary of Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (MPIC), has signed a loan agreement for P24.2 billion to be provided...

Version 2 of CAB app now includes flight information

The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) has launched an enhanced version of its mobile application, which now allows the public to view flight information in...

P260B Mega Manila subway construction kicks off in mid-Jan

Construction of the Mega Manila subway will start in mid-January 2019, according to Philippine Transport Secretary Arthur Tugade. The ceremonial groundbreaking for the project was...

P735B Bulacan airport proposal hurdles NEDA Board scrutiny

The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Board has approved the report on negotiation results for the Bulacan International Airport (BIA) project, with the...

PH books all-time high of P907B investments in 2018

Investments in the Philippines have hit record-breaking figures in 2018 with transportation and storage as one of the sectors to garner the highest investments...

Sangley airport rehab to wrap up by late 2019—DOTr

The Department of Transportation (DOTr) aims to complete the rehabilitation and development of Sangley airport in Sangley Point, San Antonio, Cavite by the third...

Foreigners can now stay in Subic without a visa for 14 days

Foreign nationals, including cruise ship passengers, may now enter Subic Bay Freeport Zone and stay for 14 days without a visa and leave via...
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