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Recession-hit Japan’s exports, imports fall due to pandemic

TOKYO—Recession-hit Japan’s exports plunged nearly 22 percent in April, marking their worst drop in more than a decade, as the coronavirus pandemic slammed global demand for autos, machinery and chemicals. Imports fell 7 percent...

Demand for Internet-enabled products and services seen rising amid pandemic

Internet-enabled products and services worldwide are seeing massive spikes in demand particularly from consumers in countries under lockdowns due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19). The pandemic is also seen likely to transform global...

Expert: Contagion to continue to roil food supply chains, shopping behavior

The Covid-19 pandemic will continue to disrupt the food supply chain and sway shoppers’ spending behavior, so enterprises should be prepared to face emerging challenges and seize new opportunities, according to an industry expert.

Philexport welcomes 25% CIT proposal to help business, exports recover

The head of the country's umbrella organization of exporters welcomes government calls to reduce the corporate income tax rate to 25 percent and swiftly pass the Corporate Income Tax and Incentives Reform Act (Citira) to provide relief...

Shrimp producers and exporters cut costs through good growing practices

GOOD practices have enabled local shrimp growers to decrease costs by 38.5 percent, thus helping them achieve the maximum revenue potential of exporting such aquatic resource. Confronted by various diseases and increased mortality of...

Asean told to ease trade and boost connectivity amid Covid-19 pandemic

Asean members need to enhance connectivity and further liberalize trade and investments to ride out the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) crisis and withstand similar shocks in the future. A policy brief released by the...

Nations ‘sober up,’ start to lift bans on key medical exports

Following two months where nations imposed 150 trade-related restrictions on exports of critical medical goods, some countries are slowly beginning to roll them back. Over the past month, China, the UK, Turkey, Russia, Sri...

Agri-based firms go digital, diversify amid pandemic

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), through the initiative of its Regional Operations Group (ROG), is assisting the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) to adapt new business concepts and get past the so-called old brick...
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No hotel operations, leisure travel allowed under GCQ (Updated)

While Metro Manila and many parts of the country are rejoicing over the shift to general community quarantine (GCQ) starting June 1, the Department of Tourism (DOT) stresses that no leisure activities are allowed yet.
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