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The OVERNIGHT FERRIES in the PHILIPPINES and its BASE PORTS

written by Mike Baylon

The Overnight Ferry sector is the middle sector of passenger shipping in the Philippines and it bridges the multi-day, long-distance Liner sector and the ubiquitous and important-to-the-intermodal-system Short-Distance Ferry sector. 1,731 more words

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Import rules and regulations for Japanese used vehicles in Madagascar


When one thinks of buying a vehicle, the first name that comes to everybody’s mind is of Japanese brands. No matter one purchases a new vehicle or a used one, the quality, reliability, efficiency and safety offered by… 68 more words

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Import rules and regulations for Japanese used vehicles in Bermuda


From the United States to Fiji, from Chile to Russia, almost every part of the world import second-hand vehicles. As prices of fuel and vehicles are touching sky, so for low or middle income people, these low-priced vehicles are the only option to possess a vehicle. 44 more words

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Import rules and regulations for Japanese used vehicles in Mauritania


Mauritania, a country in the western region of the African continent import large numbers of vehicles from Japan. Japan is the biggest exporter of used vehicles in the world. 70 more words

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Import rules and regulations for Japanese used vehicles in Belgium


The Japan auto industry has built its status on charming, refined, and completely nerve-calming cars. It won’t be wrong in saying that Japanese cars are synonymous with reliability. 66 more words

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Import rules and regulations for Japanese used vehicles in Bolivia


Bolivia is one of the not so developed countries in South America. For faster growth of the nation, infrastructure development and good transportation is required. The majority of cars that clog the roads of Bolivia are used ones and are imported from other countries, mainly Japan. 14 more words

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Day 13: Moment and Motion

Boys of Calapan Mindoro

These are the unfortunate kids of Mindoro jumping off from the top of the roro (slow ferry boat) just to get the coins that is being thrown out in the water by the ro-ro passengers. #sadtruth #amazingkids

#roan.the.wanderlust