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Grupo ng employers, humingi ng panahon para ipatupad ang bagong income tax

Maraming kompanya ang hindi kayang ihabol sa suweldo sa Enero 15 ang mas mababang withholding tax. Ayon sa People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP), isang grupo ng human resource heads, kailangan kasi ng panahon para isaayos o i-adjust ang ...

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LRT-1 says no untoward incidents during Black Nazarene procession

MANILA – There were no untoward incidents in the LRT-1 as millions thronged downtown Manila for the Black Nazarene procession earlier this week, its operator said Thursday. The LRT-1, the oldest of the capital’s 3 elevated railways, ferried 565,928 passengers ...

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NFA rice walang taas-presyo dahil sa dagdag-buwis

MANILA – Tiniyak ng National Food Authority ngayong Huwebes na hindi gagalaw ang presyo ng kanilang bigas sa kabila ng inaasahang pagsipa ng presyo ng ibang dahil sa pagtaas ng buwis. Sinabi ni NFA Administrator Jason Aquino na nakapako ang ...

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Nvidia patches software driver, says GPUs not hit by chip flaws

Nvidia Corp is having to adapt the software its graphics chips use to connect to other computers in response to the Spectre security threat, but its chief executive declared on Wednesday that its core products were not subject to the ...

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Taiwanese investor, mag-aalok ng libo-libong trabaho

May dagdag na trabaho namang naghihintay sa mga kababayan natin dito sa bansa. Dahil ito sa pagpasok ng mga bagong mamumuhunan mula Taiwan. Ang magandang balita, i-Bandila mo, Radyo Patrol Michael Delizo. – Bandila sa DZMM, Miyerkoles, 10 Enero, 2018 ...

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Dollar suffers big drop after report China may halt bond buys

LONDON – The US dollar slumped on Wednesday after a report that China was ready to slow or halt its US treasury purchases, with the greenback posting its biggest single-day drop against the Japanese yen in nearly eight months. Officials ...

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Net FDI inflows triple in October, central bank says

MANILA – Net inflows of foreign direct investments tripled in October, reflecting confidence in the economy, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas said Wednesday. Net FDI inflows tripled to $ 2.02 in October 2017 from $ 670 million during the same ...

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Philippines won't beg EU for trade perks: trade chief

MANILA – The government will not beg the European Union to retain its zero tariff privilege on exports to the international bloc, Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez said Wednesday. The Philippines is among 9 countries that qualify for the EU’s GSP+ ...

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Questions linger over new tax reform law

The new tax reform law continues to raise questions over its potential effect on the prices of goods and services. An expert, however, said it’s a step in right direction toward simplifying the country’s tax system. – The World Tonight, ...

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Duterte orders closure of logging operations in Zamboanga

Environment officials suspend the operations of some logging concessions in the Zamboanga peninsula, following President Rodrigo Duterte’s order to close operations of companies allegedly making the area prone to floods and landslides. – Business Nightly, ANC, January 9, 2018 Let’s ...

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