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BI scraps requirement for printed tickets; will accept e-tickets instead

Reflecting the global trend in international travel, immigration personnel at the country?s international airports will no longer require travelers to present printed copies of their onward or return tickets. Instead, passengers can just show their electronic tickets or e-tickets that can be viewed via mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets.

Resurgent electronics sector lifts PH exports

Exports of electronic products posted its first positive growth for this year due to increased demand from major trading partners such as China, Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong, and the US.

PH leaps to 59th from 65th in global competitiveness rankings

The Philippines dramatically improved its ranking this year by six places by placing 59th from 65th last year in the Global Competitiveness Report 2013-2014, which was released by the World Economic Forum on Sept. 4, Wednesday.
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