SRA Commends SBMA Chief Martin Diño for the Capture of P8-Billion Worth of Smuggled Sugar


The Sugar Regulatory Administration commends Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority Chairman Martin Diño for a job well done after he and his men captured illegal smugglers who wanted to smuggled P8-Billion worth of imported sugar without necessary permits.


Chairman Martin Diño and his operatives at SBMA last January 2017, the shipment of some 200,000 metric tons of refined white sugar from Thailand was confiscated at Subic Bay Freeport.


SRA Administrator Anna Rosario Paner released a memo on July 7, 2017 intended to SBMA Chairman Martin Diño congratulating ang giving thanks to the SBMA chairman for his hard work and dedication in his campaign against agricultural smuggling specifically in apprehending the P8-billion worth of imported sugar.

The letter of SRA to SBMA also assured that the agency will continue to support all the endeavors against smuggling.

According to some reports on the ground some of the illegal smuggling syndicates operating at SBMA are now having a hard time to continue with their usual activities due to the intense campaign of the SBMA Chairman, who made headlines once when he represented Pres. Duterte as the candidate of PDP-Laban for President in the 2016 national elections.

Source: MRRD-NECC FB Page


SRA Commends SBMA Chief Martin Diño for the Capture of P8-Billion Worth of Smuggled Sugar SRA Commends SBMA Chief Martin Diño for the Capture of P8-Billion Worth of Smuggled Sugar Reviewed by Phil Newsome on 7/21/2017 Rating: 5

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