BOC exec set to drop bombshell at House - Inquirer.net

A Bureau of Customs (BOC) official being sought by the Senate blue ribbon committee to shed light on the biggest illegal drugs haul under the Duterte administration is scheduled to testify Tuesday in the House of Representatives. Larrybert Hilario ...

'More drugs could have entered PH' - The Manila Times

SOME members of the Senate Blue Ribbon committee suspect that there could have been other shipments of illegal drugs from China that breezed through the green lane of the Bureau of Customs (BOC) aside from the more than 600 kilos of shabu ...

Only 16 of 100 container vans can be inspected - Tempo

The flow of illegal drugs through the country's seaports could not be contained as only 16 percent of all imports coming to the country through the Manila International Container Port (MICP) could be checked thoroughly by the x-ray system of the Bureau ...

P6.4-B illegal drug shipment probe: Corruption at BoC from 'up to down' - BusinessWorld Online Edition

ALLEGATIONS OF corruption at the Bureau of Customs (BoC), once cited by President Rodrigo R. Duterte as one of the top three dirtiest government agencies, came to the fore yesterday as the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee conducted a probe on the ...

Missing BOC witness to appear in House inquiry - InterAksyon

MANILA, Philippines – The Bureau of Customs (BOC) officer who allegedly went missing after he was suspended by Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon will appear at the legislative inquiry of the House of Representatives on Tuesday, August 1, at 10 ...

Senate alleges corruption and incompetence in customs bureau over biggest haul yet of shabu smuggled into PH - CNN Philippines

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, July 31) — Lawmakers could not hide their exasperation as they investigated on Monday the alleged involvement of the Bureau of Customs (BOC) in a shipment of shabu from China worth P6.4 billion (US$126 million).