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DTI bill regulating foreign carriers’ charges may be ready by end Jan—trade exec

DTI bill regulating foreign carriers’ charges may be ready by end Jan—trade exec

Jan. 15 | Image by Thomas G. from Pixabay Instead of an executive order (EO), the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is now drafting a bill on the regulation of charges imposed by foreign shipping lines operating in the Philippines. Rowel Barba, DTI Undersecretary...

Understanding Incoterms 2020

Understanding Incoterms 2020

Dec. 6 | Want to avoid costly disputes and misunderstandings in sales contracts? Sign up for the “UNDERSTANDING INCOTERMS 2020” seminar on December 18 (Wednesday), 2019 at the Solaire Resort (The Forum 1 ABC), from 1:30-5pm. The seminar will help stakeholders...

Regulating foreign carriers’ charges among PCCI’s transport wish list

Regulating foreign carriers’ charges among PCCI’s transport wish list

Oct. 23 | Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay The Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) is supporting moves to regulate local charges imposed by international shipping lines operating in the Philippines. As part of resolutions adopted during the 45th...

House bills propose standardization of foreign carriers’ charges

House bills propose standardization of foreign carriers’ charges

Oct. 21 | Image by Maritime_Filming_UK from Pixabay Two bills have been filed in the Lower House seeking to regulate and standardize local charges imposed by foreign shipping lines operating in the Philippines. House Bill (HB) No. 4316, filed by Bagong Henerasyon...

The Trade Compliance Profession

The Trade Compliance Profession

Aug. 12 | Except for a brief stint in government, I have been in the trade compliance profession for more than 15 years. In all those years, I get the same question over and over again—what do you do exactly; and when I attempt to explain, I find it very difficult...

More opportunities await customs brokers as supply chain practitioners

More opportunities await customs brokers as supply chain practitioners

Nov. 16 | Cris John Garcia, logistics cluster lead for Southeast Asia of multinational food and beverage company Mondelez International, delivering a presentation at the recent 27th National Convention of the Chamber of Customs Brokers, Inc. in Davao City. Customs...

Import/Export Management: What You Need to Know (Part 2)

Import/Export Management: What You Need to Know (Part 2)

Oct. 15 | This is the last of a two-part column. For the first part, click here.   Study Incoterms 2010. International Commercial Terms (Incoterms) provides the international standard for international sales and purchase contracts (cross-border transactions)...

5 Common Customs Mistakes of Importers

5 Common Customs Mistakes of Importers

Sep. 25 | Unless you are buying a one-off low value item online, buying offshore for regular importers and for high-value goods is a complex affair. Ordering goods from overseas suppliers is unlike buying from a local store or supplier. The central post office...

Customs Modernization and Tariff Act Series 6: Titles IV and V  (Import and Export Clearance)

Customs Modernization and Tariff Act Series 6: Titles IV and V (Import and Export Clearance)

Feb. 7 | Series 1, click here. Series 2, click here. Series 3, click here. Series 4, click here. Series 5, click here Title IV of the Customs Modernization and Tariff Act has four chapters: chapter 1 (Goods Declaration), chapter 2 (Examination of Goods), chapter...

International Trade Arrangements

International Trade Arrangements

Sep. 22 | LAST Friday, we were invited to speak at the two-day conference of the Supply Chain Management Association of the Philippines (SCMAP) held at EDSA Shangri-La. Given the emergence of supply chain management as a profession and as a field of expertise,...