Archive for the ‘Bam Aquino’ Category

28
Sep
Senator Bam Aquino, chairman of the Senate committee on trade, commerce and entrepreneurship, has filed a resolution to conduct an inquiry over the planned Philippine Automotive Industry Development Roadmap, which is being formulated by the Board of Investments, to integrate the industry’s blueprint with the government’s infrastructure plan. Read more [...]

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26
Sep
25 September 2014 Support is growing in the Philippines Senate for the Marginal Income Earners Bill (MIE Bill), which was introduced by Bam Aquino, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Trade, Commerce, and Entrepreneurship, to exempt low-income entrepreneurs and self-employed individuals from income tax. Aquino filed the MIE Bill after the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) released its Revenue Memorandum Circular (RMC) No Read more [...]

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24
Sep
caption:Campi president Rommel Gutierrez (second from left) joins Sen. Bam Aquino and the other presidents of Campi member companies in cutting the ceremonial ribbon at the opening of the recent 5th Philippine International Motor Show.- MANILA, Philippines–After the successful conclusion of the four-day 5th Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS) last Sunday, the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines Inc. Read more [...]

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23
Sep
Copying and distributing are prohibited without permission of the publisher September 22, 2014 - 17:35 GMT Location: London KEYWORDS: London Metal Exchange , nickel prices , Philippines ore export ban Nickel prices closed 5% lower on the London Metal Exchange on Monday September 22, as an early selloff was exacerbated by the execution of large stop-loss orders covering long positions. Nickel prices have lost nearly 15% in the past ten days, after Philippines senator Bam Aquino said the implementation of a ban on unprocessed ore exports was not a priority for the country.  The announcement led to the rapid unwinding of long positions opened after the ban was first proposed in August, and on Monday that liquidation gained momentum after long-term stop-loss orders were hit as prices moved below $17,700 per tonne for the first time since April. Read more [...]

22
Sep
  By Patrick King Pascual, VERA Files Her battle cry is no different from what has been said many times over. But her journey is an inspiring and unique one. Read more [...]

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20
Sep
Home Business Govt infra plan key to vehicle road map By Julito G. Read more [...]

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18
Sep
The Philippine government has been called upon to intervene in the sorry state of Philippine Internet infrastructure, with calls for public regulation of local Internet service providers (ISPs)—particularly local telco giant PLDT. A Senate hearing spearheaded by Sen Read more [...]

17
Sep
InterAksyon.comThe online news portal of TV5 MANILA, Philippines -- The Senate may not have enough time to pass the draft Bangsamoro Basic Law this year but Senate President Franklin Drilon sees the measure’s passage before the end of March next year. ”We cannot pass it this year but there is plenty of time to finish it before the end of the first quarter of next year or before March 30 in 2015 Read more [...]

17
Sep
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16
Sep
[Executive Edge] Ways that Filipinos can make money online Rappler In other words, Filipinos can earn some serious income by freelancing online, and that's part of the reason why Senator Bam Aquino expressed his support for the industry. Read more [...]

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