Archive for the ‘Bam Aquino’ Category

29
Jul
THE Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) will launch on Thursday Zamboanga City’s “Negosyo Center” to cater to the needs of the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the city. The local Negosyo Center will be located at the DTI-Zamboanga City Office (DTI-ZCO) along Veterans Avenue. Read more [...]

29
Jul
The organization helped change Filipinos' mindset and inspired them to have a career as entrepreneurs, GoNegosyo's executive director says Chris Schnabel Published 5:00 PM, July 29, 2015 Updated 5:43 PM, Jul 29, 2015 RECOGNITION. Read more [...]

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28
Jul
Bataan recount damning to PCOS The Manila Times 1, how Bam Aquino won, and how and why Migz Zubiri and Jackie Ponce Enrile lost. Many attributed this to hocus-PCOS. Read more [...]

26
Jul
Earlier this week, President Aquino finally signed the Fair Competition Act into law. Thanks to the leadership of Senator Bam Aquino, after twenty-four years of languishing in congressional committees since it was first introduced in the 8th Congress, we now have much needed legislation that levels the business playing field. Read more [...]

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25
Jul
The officials who will head the Philippine Competition Commission play a crucial role to the success of the recently signed Philippine Competition Act or RA 10667, the Makati Business Club (MBC) said Friday. “In the end, the law will level the playing field so that even small players can compete with the giants and will rely on those with whom we will bestow the reins of the competition commission,” Peter Perfecto, executive director of MBC said in an interview. Read more [...]

25
Jul
Earlier this week, President Aquino finally signed the Fair Competition Act into law. Thanks to the leadership of Senator Bam Aquino, after twenty-four years of languishing in congressional committees since it was first introduced in the 8th Congress, we now have much needed legislation that levels the business playing field Read more [...]

24
Jul
The officials who will head the Philippine Competition Commission play a crucial role to the success of the recently signed Philippine Competition Act or RA 10667, the Makati Business Club (MBC) said Friday. “In the end, the law will level the playing field so that even small players can compete with the giants and will rely on those with whom we will bestow the reins of the competition commission,” Peter Perfecto, executive director of MBC said in an interview Read more [...]

21
Jul
Senator Bam Aquino on Monday said that he was confident there would be no repeat of last year's port congestion in Manila."I am sure that all agencies including the Philippine Ports Authority, Department of Trade and Industry, and the port operators are all being vigilant in ensuring that our port issues last year are not repeated," Aquino said in a text message to GMA News Online.Aquino's Senate committee, the Committee on Trade, Commerce, and Entrepreneurship, has been looking into the causes of the port congestion and how these could be addressed.Meanwhile, PPA general manager Juan Sta. Ana said in a press statement that the two Manila ports were more than ready to tackle the expected increase in cargo volume during the Christmas season and the upcoming national elections.Sta Read more [...]

21
Jul
InterAksyon.com means BUSINESS MANILA – President Benigno Aquino III will sign two important, historic and game-changing laws, the Philippine Competition Act and amendments to Cabotage Law, on Tuesday (July 21), Senator Bam Aquino said.In a ceremonial signing at Malacanang Palace, President Aquino will approve the landmark Philippine Competition Act, giving the country its own law that will level the playing field for all businesses by penalizing anti-competitive agreements and abuses of dominant players.The Chief Executive is also expected to sign into law the Foreign Ships Co-Loading Act, which will now allow foreign ships carrying imported cargo and cargo to be exported out of the country to dock in multiple ports. The Philippine Competition Act is considered the longest-running measure in Congress, taking 25 years before hurdling the legislative mill.“The Philippine Competition Act will usher in a new era of doing business in the country,” said Aquino, co-author and principal sponsor of the measure. Read more [...]

21
Jul
Senator Bam Aquino on Monday said that he was confident there would be no repeat of last year's port congestion in Manila."I am sure that all agencies including the Philippine Ports Authority, Department of Trade and Industry, and the port operators are all being vigilant in ensuring that our port issues last year are not repeated," Aquino said in a text message to GMA News Online.Aquino's Senate committee, the Committee on Trade, Commerce, and Entrepreneurship, has been looking into the causes of the port congestion and how these could be addressed.Meanwhile, PPA general manager Juan Sta. Ana said in a press statement that the two Manila ports were more than ready to tackle the expected increase in cargo volume during the Christmas season and the upcoming national elections.Sta Read more [...]

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