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Last August 2017,  Forex Cargo Phils moved forex cargo philippines boxes contact number a new warehouse in Quezon City. We have been getting a lot of calls here in the U. Just a few days ago, the phone system has finally been installed. Call to schedule Forex Cargo pickup today.

Philippine Bureau of Customs recently came out with new regulations regarding cargo shipment to the Philippines. The BOC announced recently that it will implement stricter rules in sending and receiving balikbayan boxes overseas. 04-2017 requires the sender of balikbayan boxes to submit export declaration and packing list. It entails listing down each item inside the box, this measure is taken to ensure that no illegal items are placed inside the box. Forex Cargo urged our customers to comply by listing down detailed items inside the balikbayan box.

A copy of declaration form can be downloaded here. All values, unless otherwise stated, are in US dollars. The economy of Ukraine is an emerging free market. The depression during the 1990s included hyperinflation and a fall in economic output to less than half of the GDP of the preceding Ukrainian SSR. GDP growth was recorded for the first time in 2000, and continued for eight years. The nation has many of the components of a major European economy – rich farmlands, a well-developed industrial base, highly trained labour, and a good education system.

On 24 August 1991 Ukraine established its independence from the Soviet Union. Its economy suffered huge output declines and soaring inflation the following years. Deep recession during the 1990s led to a relatively high poverty rate, but beginning in 2001, as a result seven of straight years of economic growth, the standard of living for most citizens increased. World Bank report, 2007 notes: “Ukraine recorded one of the sharpest declines in poverty of any transition economy in recent years. Ukraine stabilised by the early 2000s. Ukraine suffered from a drought in capital flows. The Ukrainian economy recovered in the first quarter of 2010.

Due to the recovery of the world economy and increasing prices for metals. Ukraine’s real GDP growth in 2010 was 4. In the summer of 2013 Ukrainian export to Russia by was substantially worsened by stricter border custom control by Russia. By October 2013 the Ukrainian economy became stuck in recession.

Due to the loss of its largest trading partner, Russia, over the annexation of Crimea, and exacerbated by the War in Donbass Ukraine’s economy shrank by 6. IMF requirements and to try to enforce a stable price for the currency in the Forex market. 5 billion was agreed in eight tranches over 2015 and 2016, subject to conditions regarding economic reforms. The turnover of retail trade in Ukraine in 2014 shrank by 8.

526 billion were sent into the Ukrainian economy using remittances in 2015, 34. 431 million was sent from Ukraine to elsewhere using remittance. In May 2016, the IMF mission chief for Ukraine Ron van Rood stated that the reduction of corruption was a key test for continued international support. Late in July 2016, the State Statistics Service of Ukraine reported that, compared with June 2015, real wages had increased by 17.

The Economist has compared the severity of Ukraine’s recession to that of the Greek recession in 2011-2012. GDP from 2014-2015 and Greece experiencing a 8. It was also noted that not all areas of Ukraine were equally effected by the economic downturn. The economy of Ukraine overcame the heavy crisis caused by armed conflict in the eastern part of country. Ukraine is subdivided into nine economic regions: Carpathian, Northwestern, Podillia, Capital, Central-Ukrainian, Northeastern, Black-Sea-Coastal, Trans-Dnipro, and Donetsk. Until recently, Russia was Ukraine’s largest trading partner with 25.

Ukraine’s exports with trade partners from 217 countries. Exports from Ukraine in 2015 decreased by 29. 135 billion and imports were 31. Natural gas is Ukraine’s biggest import and the main cause of the country’s structural trade deficit.