MICP

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AcronymDefinition
MICPManila International Container Port
MICPMobile Intensive Care Paramedic
MICPMasters in Commercial Property (various organizations)
MICPManagement Incentive Compensation Plan
MICPMercury Injection Capillary Pressure
MICPMultipurpose Information Consumer Profile (healthcare)
MICPMethyl Isocyanate Pyridyl Piperazine
MICPManager's Internal Control Program
MICPMaine Irish Children's Program
MICPMicrobially Induced Calcite Precipitation
MICPMultipotent isl1+ Cardiovascular Progenitor Cell
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Bureau of Customs Chief Isidro Lapena shows seized luxury vehicles at the Manila International Container Port.
12, 2017 dismissed the case as she pointed out that the crime of importation of dangerous drugs was already consummated when the drug shipment arrived at the Manila International Container Port (MICP) on May 15, 2017.
Commissioner Lapena named Fidel Villanueva, of the Customs Container Control Division of the Manila International Container Port (MICP), as the acting collector of the Port of Subic, replacing Customs Operations Officer CiriacoUgay, the port's acting deputy collector for assessment.
On May 23, the container carrying the shipment was released from the Manila International Container Port and was loaded to the truck of Golden Strike Logistics, Inc.
4-billion worth of ''shabu'' (crystal meth) that came from China and arrived at the Manila International Container Port (MICP) last May.
In her dismissal order, Santos explained that the crime of importation of dangerous drugs was already consummated when the drug shipment arrived at the Manila International Container Port (MICP) on May 15.
Maronilla led the Manila International Container Port (MICP) when 604 kilograms of shabu from China entered the country through MICP last May while Maestrecampo and Gambala were holding key positions at the Bureau of Customs when the smuggling occurred.
Two Customs official made the statement as they both spoke during the 39th anniversary of the Manila International Container Port (MICP) on Monday.
4 billion through the Manila International Container Port last May.
The Bureau of Customs (BOC) recently seized 18 luxury cars worth P107 million at Manila International Container Port (MICP).
Aside from Faeldon, PDEA named in the charge sheet BOC directors Milo Maestrecampo and Neil Anthony Estrella; intelligence officers Joel Pinawin and Oliver Valiente; Manila International Container Port district collector Vincent Phillip Maronilla; Faeldon's lawyer Jeline Maree Magsuci; BOC employees Alexandra Ventura, Randolph Cabansag, Dennis Maniego, Dennis Cabildo and John Edillor.
The shipments arrived at the Manila International Container Port (MICP).