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    • ADVISORY: Brazil Normative Instruction and Model Certificates to Export and Import Beverages and Products

      07 November 2018 This is to inform our stakeholders on the Diplomate Note No. 078/18, dated 26 September 2018 from the Embassy of Federative Republic of Brazil on the Normative Instruction and Model Certificates to Export and Import Beverages and Products, provided by the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA).  Download full-text here.

    • PHL, 3 other SE Asian economies seen to boost developing Asia’s trade growth

      By PhilExport News and Features 03 November 2018 Published also in Business Mirror THE Philippines and three other Southeast Asian countries, and newly industrialized economies, are expected to provide a boost to developing Asia’s trade growth this year, a new report from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) said. “Imports to these economies will be buoyed by robust domestic demand, while exports will benefit from growing intraregional demand,” the Asian Economic Integration Report 2018 (AEIR) noted. The ADB report said the People’s Republic of China (PRC) will remain the key driver of developing Asia’s trade growth, while economies of Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand as well as Hong Kong, China; the Republic of Korea; Singapore; and Taipei, China can also step up growth. This happened as...

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    • DTI gets ready for 2018 National Exporters’ Week

      03 November 2018 Published also in Business Mirror THE Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), through its Export Marketing Bureau (EMB), and in collaboration with the Philippine Exporters Confederation Inc. (Philexport) and the Export Development Council (EDC), is organizing various activities for the observance of the annual National Exporters’ Week (NEW) from December 1 to 7. This year’s theme is “SPICE (Stimulate. Permeate. Innovate. Connect. Expand!) Up to Scale Up! Expand Exports for Inclusive Prosperity.” “We are lining up exciting events for our stakeholders, especially during the conduct of the National Export Congress [NEC], the highlight of the weeklong observance of the NEW,” DTI-EMB Director Senen M. Perlada said. With some 700 delegates, including exporters,...

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    • Asia Pacific among regions seen to lead licensed toy growth

      By Philexport News and Features 03 November 2018 Published also in Business Mirror THE Asia Pacific, along with North America and Western Europe, is expected to lead the vigorously growing market of licensed toys over the next three years, underpinned by media and technology. A report by a market research firm, Euromonitor, said sales are predicted to grow by 14 percent, which will reach $26 billion until 2020. In Asia Pacific, local licenses such as Anpanman of Japan, Turning Mecard of South Korea, and Chota Bheem of India—have been powerful in piloting the growth of licensed toys. “As it adds new opportunities in sales and growth, just like Pokemon and Beyblade, under right conditions, eventually local licenses can draw attention to the global market,” said the Euromonitor Digest released by...

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    • DTI to launch first logistics services conference, exhibition

      03 November 2018 Published also in Business Mirror THE Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) will showcase  the services of 50 logistics companies during the first Logistics Services Philippines (LSPH) Conference and Exhibition on December 6 and 7, at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) in Pasay City. Organized by the DTI’s Competitiveness Bureau (CB)  and supported by the Board of Investments (BOI), with the Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions (CITEM) as events management team, the first-time event will be held back-to-back with the DTI-EMB’s National Export Congress (NEC) on December 7 also at PICC. Anchored on the theme “Trabaho at Negosyo: Creating Jobs in the Logistics Services Sector,” the LSPH will include topics on logistics services sector...

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