Kasama sa 4,146 kilo ng abandonadong mga produktong dinispatiya ng Bureau of Customs-Port of Clark ang expired assorted medicines, food supplements, at cosmetics na hindi aprubado ng Food and Drug Administration nitong Nobyembre 24 sa Trece Martires City, Cavite.
Winasak ang mga nasabing produkto dahil sa paglabag sa Sec. 117 ng Customs Modernization and Tariff Act.
Sinisiguro ng ganitong condemnation activity na may magagamit na storage space at nasusunod ang rules at regulations ng Customs para iwas sakit sa publiko kung kakalat ang mga ito sa mga lokal na pamilihan.
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Balita Central is under the supervision of the Bureau of Communications Services (BCS), one of the attached agencies of the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO).
Launched on February 28, 2019 at the Manila Light Rail Transit System Line 2 (LRT-2) Cubao Station, Quezon City, it also aims to raise awareness among local communities about the policies, programs, and accomplishments of the Presidency.
Through this platform, Balita Central Digital aims to reach further the online community to deliver more accurate information and communication services in order to educate the citizenry regarding national issues which would enlighten them to be engaged and be empowered in contributing to building a better nation.
Balita Central is situated at the BCS Headquarters located beside the Philippine Cancer Society along San Rafael, San Miguel, Malacañang Complex, Manila City. Its official website address is balitacentral.ph.
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