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BOC eyes 200 more firms for audit this year

BOC eyes 200 more firms for audit this year

Jul. 10 | At the customs audit seminar Q&A were Bureau of Customs assistant Commissioner Atty Vincent Philip Maronilla (left), head of the Bureau of Customs Post Clearance Audit Group, and tax consultant Atty Emer Aceron. The Bureau of Customs (BOC) is looking...

BOC to commence audit of firms with release of post-clearance audit order

BOC to commence audit of firms with release of post-clearance audit order

Jan. 17 | Philippine companies will now have to be ready for a potential customs audit with the signing of a Bureau of Customs (BOC) order finally operationalizing the agency’s post-clearance audit function. Customs Administrative Order (CAO) 01-2019, signed...

Maronilla is new head of customs audit unit

Maronilla is new head of customs audit unit

Apr. 4 | Second update on April 5 at 9:11pm to include statements of Senator Francis Pangilinan and Commissioner Isidro Lapeña on Maronilla’s appointment. An earlier update (1:12pm on April 5) reflected this change: “Maronilla’s assistant commissioner...

BOC-NAIA eyes measures to cut cargo clearance time

BOC-NAIA eyes measures to cut cargo clearance time

Feb. 19 | Bureau of Customs-Port of NAIA district collector Atty. Vincent Philip Maronilla at the Feb 13 NAIA Customs and Business Dialogue organized by PortCalls and Asia Customs & Trade. STAKEHOLDERS can expect faster and more streamlined processing at the...

PH Customs regulated imports list due for update in June

PH Customs regulated imports list due for update in June

Mar. 27 | The Philippine Bureau of Customs (BOC) is planning to update the Customs Regulated Imports List (CRIL) and convert it into a more secure format by June 2017. Together with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)-Bureau of Import Services (BIS), BOC...

PH eyes fewer documents, faster processing of export/import permits

PH eyes fewer documents, faster processing of export/import permits

Jun. 4 | This year the National Competitiveness Council (NCC) is targeting to cut the number of and shorten processing time for trade documents to boost Philippine competitiveness. In a presentation at the Second Annual NCC Ease of Doing Business Summit, Atty....