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OOCL, VICT set new benchmark for highest container exchange in Australia

The OOCL Rotterdam (capable of accommodating 8,063 TEUs, 323m LOA and 42.8m BEAM) on the North East Asia A3 Central Service has set a new record within the Port of Melbourne and Australia for the highest container exchange in one single call – a total of 6,516 containers equating to 11,037 TEUs.

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Peru is the guest country of honor at ‘Asia Fruit Logistica ON 2020’

✔ Asia is the third biggest market for the Peruvian agri-food export industry. ✔ Grapes, cranberries, avocados and mandarins are the top fresh Peruvian products imported  by Asia Peru will once again be the Official Partner Country at the virtual edition of the ‘Asia Fruit Logistica ON’ fresh food trade fair, considered to be the most important fair of its kind …

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ALI optimistic despite COVID-19 impact on 9-month performance

Ayala Land Inc. (ALI) posted consolidated revenues of P63.3 billion and a net income of P6.4 billion, a 48% and 73% decline respectively from the same period in 2019, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact business operations. 

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Bayanihan CARES allots P10-B to SBCorp

Under the Bayanihan to Recover as One Act (R.A. 11494), P10 billion has been allotted to the Small Business Corporation (SBCorp) so it can expand its COVID-19 Assistance to Restart Enterprises (CARES) Program. 

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WASH in Pandemic: New hybrid handwashing facilities at Marikina Sports Center

Marikina Sports Center, known for hosting various local and international sports competitions, will soon serve as an emergency quarantine facility for the residents in the City. 

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WB calls for Philippines’ digital network development

The World Bank reported that improvements in the country’s digital infrastructure will increase efficiency in government services and prevent corruption. 

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DTI pushes to expand export markets

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) wants to further expand export markets through free trade agreements (FTAs) and a generalized system of preferences (GSP), while the country’s production capacities continue to increase to meet domestic and foreign demand. 

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Japanese wiring harness company sets up shop in Philippines

After a year-long due diligence study within ASEAN, Yokowo Co., Ltd., has chosen the Philippines to set up a new subsidiary for automotive wiring harness and components manufacturing and assembly operations. 

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Fuel marking improves tax collection efficacy

Government’s fuel marking program has resulted in increased tax collection, proving the program’s efficacy against illegal trade activities, according to Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III. 

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CIMB Bank Philippines partners with MoEngage to drive digital engagement

CIMB Bank Philippines has partnered with MoEngage – a San Francisco-based customer analytics and engagement platform – to drive its digital customer engagement strategy. 

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