Dominguez firm vs. sale of gov’t assets for Covid-19 response

e MANILA – Any plan to sell government assets to address funding requirements for programs against coronavirus disease (Covid-19) remains a plan for Malacañang.Asked whether President Rodrigo R. Duterte has discussed this plan with Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III, the … Continue reading Dominguez firm vs. sale of gov’t assets for Covid-19 response

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ONLINE SELLERS ORDERED TO REGISTER WITH BUREAU OF INTERNAL REVENUE (BIR)

Sellers earning below P250K tax-exempt Online sellers earning PHP250,000 and below annually are exempted from paying taxes, Malacañang said on Thursday.Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque made the clarification, a day after the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) directed online sellers to … Continue reading ONLINE SELLERS ORDERED TO REGISTER WITH BUREAU OF INTERNAL REVENUE (BIR)

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SHFC TO ISSUE HANDBOOK VS. GRAFT AND CORRUPTION

The Social Housing Finance Corporation (SHFC) is issuing a Handbook laying down rules and regulations in a bid to make transactions with the key housing agency graft and corruption-free. The Handbook also stipulates procedures on applications for business permits and … Continue reading SHFC TO ISSUE HANDBOOK VS. GRAFT AND CORRUPTION

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BONG GO: ‘Balik Probinsya’ to decongest MetroManila

Business sector urged to back program Senator Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go on Friday appealed to businesses and investors to support his proposed “Balik Probinsya” program which primarily aims to mitigate and resolve long-standing issues in urban areas, especially Metro Manila, … Continue reading BONG GO: ‘Balik Probinsya’ to decongest MetroManila

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DENNIS UY’s multi-billion peso buying binge fueled by 21 banks

Davao City businessman’s debts triple in 2017 By BILYONARYO Twenty local and foreign banks have slaked Davao City-based businessman Dennis Uy’s thirst for takeovers and mergers in the first two years of President Rodrigo Duterte. Uy, a close friend and … Continue reading DENNIS UY’s multi-billion peso buying binge fueled by 21 banks

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