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BOC-NAIA hands over P2M worth of seized drugs to PDEA

BOC-NAIA hands over P2M worth of seized drugs to PDEA

Apr. 17 | The seized illegal drugs were turned over by the Bureau of Customs-NAIA to the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency on April 17. The Bureau of Customs (BOC)-Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) has apprehended illegal drugs, such as methamphetamine...

DA to rationalize meat import permits to avoid glut

DA to rationalize meat import permits to avoid glut

Apr. 17 | Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay The Department of Agriculture (DA) plans to slow down the issuance of new import permits for meat products until there is a drop in cold storage inventory. This is part of the planned rationalization of the meat industry,...

Brokers’ accreditation decentralized from AMO to district collectors

Brokers’ accreditation decentralized from AMO to district collectors

Apr. 17 | Image by janjf93 from Pixabay The Philippine Bureau of Customs (BOC) has decentralized the issuance of customs brokers’ renewal of accreditation as well as activation of the Client Profile Registration System (CPRS) of entities accredited by other government...

Order sets limits of customs police power under CMTA

Order sets limits of customs police power under CMTA

Apr. 17 | Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay The Philippine Bureau of Customs (BOC) has released an order defining limits in the exercise of customs jurisdiction and police power over suspected smuggled and prohibited import and export shipments. Customs Administrative...

ICTSI to submit soon requirements for proposal to develop Iloilo ports

ICTSI to submit soon requirements for proposal to develop Iloilo ports

Apr. 17 | Iloilo port photo from www.flickr.com/photos/29421855@N07/3316728089 International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) will submit before Easter to the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) its unsolicited proposal to develop two ports in Iloilo, said...

No passenger fuel surcharge adjustment in May, June

No passenger fuel surcharge adjustment in May, June

Apr. 17 | Image by StockSnap from Pixabay Passenger fuel surcharge rates that airlines operating in the Philippines may collect in May and June 2019 remains at Level 2 even as the average price of jet fuel slightly increased. In an advisory dated April 15, Civil...

CAB won’t receive incomplete, unpaid applications starting Apr 26

CAB won’t receive incomplete, unpaid applications starting Apr 26

Apr. 17 | Beginning April 26, stakeholders will have to strictly comply with the Civil Aeronautics Board’s (CAB) requirement for submission of complete documents and full payment in order for all applications to be received. In an advisory dated April 8, CAB...

Clark airport domestic arrival gangway opened

Clark airport domestic arrival gangway opened

Apr. 17 | Passengers pass through the newly opened and renovated domestic arrival gangway leading to the baggage claim area of Clark International Airport’s Domestic Arrival Terminal. Photo courtesy of Clark International Airport Corp’s Corporate Communications...

Agri dep’t seeks easing of Japan’s testing on PH bananas

Agri dep’t seeks easing of Japan’s testing on PH bananas

Apr. 16 | Image by StockSnap from Pixabay The Department of Agriculture (DA) said it will lobby for the lifting of stricter Japanese tests on chemical residues in Philippine banana exports for faster access of the products to Japan. This after the Pilipino Banana...

Transport infrastructure developer reports 18% drop in profit

Transport infrastructure developer reports 18% drop in profit

Apr. 16 | Boosted by the opening of Mactan-Cebu International Airport’s international terminal in July 2018, airport operations contributed 20% to total consolidated revenues in 2018. Photo from mactancebuairport.com Diversified engineering and infrastructure...
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