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Clamor grows for waiver of port fees, extended free storage

Clamor grows for waiver of port fees, extended free storage

Apr. 20 | From top left to right: PMTLAI president Marilyn Alberto, PASIA president Charlie Villaseñor, Dr. Enrico Basilio, SCAMP president-elect Carlo Curay, and BOC assistant commissioner Atty. Vincent Philip Maronilla during a recent #ResilienceandRecoveryPH...

PH exporters appeal for measures to ease empty container woes

PH exporters appeal for measures to ease empty container woes

Jan. 6 | The Philippine Exporters Confederation, Inc. (Philexport) is calling on government and private sector stakeholders to work together to find solutions to the issue on empty containers, which is hurting the cash flow of exporters and causing delivery problems. During...

Philexport supports calls for PPA to take charge of box weight verification ruling

Philexport supports calls for PPA to take charge of box weight verification ruling

Apr. 11 | The Philippine Exporters Confederation, Inc. (PhilExport) is joining the call for the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) to be designated as the government agency to implement and issue guidelines on the new International Maritime Organization (IMO) policy...

More on Truck Ban

More on Truck Ban

Mar. 23 | The truck ban controversy remains unresolved, but is quiet for now, with the granting of a reprieve.   The controversy arose because of the action taken by the mayor of Manila, announcing the daytime truck ban.   Apparently the mayor acted without...

Manila grants trucks 10am-3pm window to ply city streets

Manila grants trucks 10am-3pm window to ply city streets

Feb. 21 | The revised ban allows trucks — eight wheelers and with a gross weight of over 4,500 kilograms and more — to ply Manila streets from 10am to 3pm. The original ordinance only allowed operation from 9pm to 5am. The City of Manila is to grant...

Of profit sharing and legislated wage increases

Of profit sharing and legislated wage increases

Mar. 4 | Former Philippine Internal Revenue Commissioner Emil Ong and his deputy, Ronald Cosalan, must be a couple of very brave congressmen.   In one sitting early last month, their Labor and Employment committee approved two highly combustible bills. The...

Energy roadmap

Energy roadmap

Feb. 26 | Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) energy committee chairman Jose Alejandro recently told his members they will push for the drawing up of an industry roadmap for the power sector this year. By this time, industry roadmaps solicited by...