By Gabriel Cardiñoza
A group of American officials and a US-based Pangasinan community group are in the province to explore the possibility of importing locally made products into the United States and war-torn Afghanistan.
By Daxim L. Lucas
Millions of Filipino schoolchildren may end up having to pay more for their school supplies come June if the government decides to impose higher tariffs on imported paper used in the local production of books, notebooks, pad paper and similar items.
Philippine imports surged 21.8 percent in January, their highest level in nearly three years, with imports of raw materials indicating further upward momentum for one of Asia’s fastest growing economies, the government said Tuesday.
By Bong Lozada
No amount of guise could hide the country’s second largest steel importer from the law enforcement of the Bureau of Customs.
By Ronnel W. Domingo
The government is looking to import 800,000 metric tons (MT) of milled rice this year to help stem rising prices and stabilize the domestic supply.