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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 8:03 am 
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Admerald wrote:
Basa ka uli. Trade deficit with China ang topic.

Isa lang ang China diyan adme, hindi lahat. Nakita mo lang China may deficit tayo sinisi mo na lahat sa kanila. Sa iba ba wala? Halos lahat ng construction materials pati na mga damit atbp galing ng China kaya nga pati pinakamamahal mong yu-es nagrereklamo din diyan di ba?

Di mo nga binasa sarili mong link kung ano sinabi nung CIO ng Sunlife eh. :biglaugh:

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 9:05 am 
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of course meron din tayong trade deficit sa ibang bansa. Meron ding balance trade, meron din tayo naman ang pabor sa trade. Pero ang China ang pinakamalaking nakikinabang, saan ba mangagaling yang telecom na yan kundi sa Huawie ng China.
Steel from China etc...

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 9:15 am 
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Admerald wrote:
of course meron din tayong trade deficit sa ibang bansa. Meron ding balance trade, meron din tayo naman ang pabor sa trade. Pero ang China ang pinakamalaking nakikinabang, saan ba mangagaling yang telecom na yan kundi sa Huawie ng China.
Steel from China etc...

Kaya nga so saan mo gusto bumili ng mga yan kung diyan gawa ang napakalaking demands na yan? Construction materials for example? Pati semento nga nagiimport pa tayo dahil kulang ang supply.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 4:07 pm 
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ito sinasabi ngayon ni Bato:


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Bato likens rogue cops to abusive priests: Problem is the person, not the organization
By: Pathricia Ann V. Roxas - Reporter / @PathRoxasINQ
INQUIRER.net / 02:45 PM January 16, 2018

Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa has compared rogue policemen to priests who commit sexual abuse, saying that the problem lies with the person and not with the organization.

“Nasa tao (ang problema), hindi sa organisasyon. Bakit kahit sabihin mo yung pari sa church ‘di ba may pari rin na nangre-rape, may pari rin na gumawa ng sexual abuse,” Dela Rosa told reporters when asked about what could be the problem despite the recent increase in cops’ salary.

“Hindi ko naman nilalahat, meron din. Nasa tao yan. Kahit araw-araw ka magdadasal ‘pag masamang tao ka, masama ka talaga,” he added.

“Kung basically masama ka talagang tao, kahit na siguro you have all the money, you have all the gold, pag basically masamang tao ka masamang tao ka talaga, gagawa at gagawa ka parin ng kasamaan,” Dela Rosa told reporters on Tuesday.

“Masama talaga silang tao and they deserve to be dismissed. Idi-dismiss natin ‘yan sa serbisyo, sisiguraduhin natin ‘yan,” he added.

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pero ito ginawa nya dati:

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PNP chief: Supt. Marvin Marcos up for promotion
By: Jocelyn R. Uy - Reporter / @mj_uyINQ
Philippine Daily Inquirer / 07:00 AM July 27, 2017

Supt. Marvin Marcos, who is implicated in the killing of Mayor Rolando Espinosa Sr. of Albuera, Leyte, is vying for a promotion amid suspicions of a cover-up following the Department of Justice (DOJ) decision downgrading the charges against him to a lighter and bailable offense.

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ano ba talaga, i-di-dismiss or i-po-promote? baka naman ang dismiss at promote ay 'pareho' lang ke Bato.

tulad ng isa dito...


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 9:46 pm 
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Supt. Marcos has long been involved in drugs - PNP chief Saturday, November 26, 2016


MANILA -- Philippine National Police (PNP) chief, Director General Ronald dela Rosa, on Saturday confirmed that Superintendent Marvin Marcos, who led the raid in the Baybay City, Leyte jail that resulted in the death of Albuera, Mayor Rolando Espinosa last Nov. 5, has long been involved in illegal drugs.

Kerwin Espinosa, the alleged big-time drug lord of Eastern Visayas, during the Senate hearing last Wednesday, named Marcos as among the police officials who have received drug money from him in exchange for protection.


Dela Rosa said Marcos is now in the “restricted custody” of the PNP in Camp Crame, Quezon City while undergoing investigation. He added that based on intelligence reports he received even before Kerwin testified in the Senate, Marcos has long been “tainted” with illegal drugs.


Marcos, former chief of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) in Eastern Visayas, has denied receiving drug money. (PNA) Related articles

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Labor Dept. orders PLDT to regularize 8,000 workers, pay ₱66M in claims

http://cnnphilippines.com/business/2018/01/16/labor-department-pldt-regularize.html

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, January 16) — The Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT) must regularize nearly 8,000 contractual workers and settle over ₱66 million in unpaid benefits.

This comes after the Labor Department said on Monday that Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III rejected PLDT's appeal on the Labor Department's July 2017 order to regularize its workers.

Bello said last week that his office found no merit to overturn the order.


PITI ang PLDT...

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 11:04 pm 
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that is terrible! PLDT will have to let go several employees or hike price to accommodate this people.

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Admerald wrote:
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that is terrible! PLDT will have to let go several employees or hike price to accommodate this people.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 11:13 pm 
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I'm serious that is Terrible. Government telling companies how they should run their business.
Taken from the Communist Manifesto!

First, we have attack on Rappler cause of this so called foreign ownership, a big black eye to foreign investors.
Then we have this ruling!

Good bye Philippine Economy.

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Welcome to the Banana Republic of the Philippines.
at satisfied na satisfied ang mga Fascist!

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 11:17 pm 
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Admerald wrote:
I'm serious that is Terrible. Government telling companies how they should run their business.
Taken from the Communist Manifesto!

First, we have attack on Rappler cause of this so called foreign ownership, a big black eye to foreign investors.
Then we have this ruling!

Good bye Philippine Economy.

nagka windang windang yang reasoning mo... "A big black eye to foreign investors"?

ba't nadamay yung ibang foreign investors?

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yun oh

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 11:26 pm 
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we are suppose to encourage foreign investment right? kaya nga binoo ang PDR scheme to do that.
To allow foreign money to pour in Philippine businesses.

ngayon pinawalang bisa ng SEC ang PDR, first inaprove nila yan.

ano ngayon epekto niyan sa mga foreign investor?
Masyado risky mag invest sa pinas, pabago bago ang policy!

Tapos ito naman PLDT, the state telling a private corporation how to run their business.
ayaw na ayaw ng mga investor ng ganyan. Local man or foreign investor, ayaw nila sa mga ganyang walang stability.
Yong Korea saka Japan, mag-dadalawang isip kung papasok sa Telecom sa Pinas.

Nangyari yan sa Davao, yong nagsara yong Japanese fruit processing plant. AYaw na ayaw ng mga investor na me nagsasabi sa kanila how to run their business.

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yun oh

Signed by Marcos to control the Media during Martial Law!

Yan OH!

Same tactic used by Marcos, ginagamit ni Digong!

Yan OH!

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