BOC Clarifies Roles of Employees in Transfer of Good From Ecozones

Manila, Philippines – The Bureau of Customs (BOC) has clarified the roles of its employees in economic zones who manage the transfer of goods from warehouses to plants operated by Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) locators. Related Articles:Southwoods Office Towers Get PEZA AccreditationManila Water Inks 25-Year Lease with PEZABOC Mulls Over Hike in Excise Tax […]
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BOC Mulls Over Hike in Excise Tax on Oil

Customs Commissioner Alberto D. Lina sees a raise in excise tax slapped on petroleum products as one solution to reverse the slower growth in collections caused by cheaper oil. Related Articles:BOC Clarifies Roles of Employees in Transfer of Good From EcozonesGrowth in Customs Revenues Slows to 6.6%BOC Orders e-Filing of Air Cargo Manifest
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Growth in Customs Revenues Slows to 6.6%

The import duties and other taxes collected by the Bureau of Customs (BOC) grew 6.6 percent year-on-year to PhP92.2 billion during the first quarter, albeit a slower growth rate compared with the double-digit rise posted last year due to cheaper oil. Related Articles:BOC Clarifies Roles of Employees in Transfer of Good From EcozonesBOC Mulls Over […]
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BOC Orders e-Filing of Air Cargo Manifest

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) will require the electronic filing of all manifests for air cargo starting 11 May. Customs Memorandum Order No. 10-2015 issued by Customs Commissioner John Phillip P. Sevilla on 10 April mandated the use of electronic inward foreign manifest Read More Source: Philippine Daily Inquirer Related Articles:BOC Clarifies Roles of Employees […]
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