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PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 3:38 pm 
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panay quote nung isang bobong retard...........

worthless opinion lang naman ang posts



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ak ak ak :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 3:45 pm 
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dyey_em-si wrote:
ICB kita pala dyan kampihan ni dr at adme

Wala naman masama e kaso para pag mukhain kang amateur?

LOL rhetorics mo DR nakakatawa

:D

sadyang mahilig talaga siguro sa rhetorics yan mang JMC....bobong rhetard kasi hihihihih :lol: :lol:

if you need proof, pls see dengvaxia thread 8)

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 3:56 pm 
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SEC shuts down Rappler
By: Doris Dumlao-Abadilla


The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has moved to shut down online media outfit Rappler Inc. and its controlling shareholder Rappler Holdings Corp., claiming the use of “deception” to circumvent a provision in the Philippine Constitution mandating 100 percent Filipino ownership of mass media.

In a ruling dated Jan 11, 2018 – and served to Rappler on Friday – the SEC en banc decided to revoke the certificate of incorporation of Rappler Inc., citing this as the “mass media entity that sold control to foreigners.”

Likewise stripped of its certificate of registration was Rappler’s 98.77-percent stockholder, Rappler Holdings Corp., which the SEC said was “existing for no other purpose than to effect deceptive scheme to circumvent the Constitution.”

The decision was signed by SEC Teresita Herbosa and three SEC Commissioners: Antonieta Ibe, Ephyo Luis Amatong and Emilio Aquino. Another Commissioner, Blas James Viterbo, did not take part, in the decision-making.

Based on the 29-page SEC en banc ruling, the SEC said there was “substantial evidence that respondents intentionally created an elaborate scheme, upon which its receipt of over a million dollars from a foreign investor would be theoretically defensible – the investor would never own stock and would never receive dividends and he would never become an officer or director but respondents would still be able to give him his money’s worth in the form of negative control and cash contributions, all through a private contractual arrangement.”

The SEC added that since this “deceptive scheme” involved the sale of a security, it fell within Section 26 or the the Anti-Fraud provision of the Securities Regulation Code.

A copy of the decision will “be furnished the Department of Justice for appropriate action,” the SEC said.

Based on the copy of the ruling, SEC had investigated this matter since Dec. 22, 2016, when the Commission en banc received a letter from the Office of the Solicitor General requesting an investigation into Rapplier and Rapper Holdings Corp. “for any possible contravention of the strict requirements of the 1987 Constitution” with regard to the issuances of Philippine depositary receipts to NBN Rappler LP and Omidyar Network Fund LLC.

In the same ruling, the SEC declared the Philippine depositary receipts (PDRs) issued to Omidyar “void” citing this as a “fraudulent” transaction under the Securities Regulation Code.

“The foreign equity restriction is very clear. Anything less than 100 percent Filipino control is a violation. Conversely, anything more than exactly zero percent foreign control is a violation,” SEC said in its ruling.


“Here, the stockholders must have prior discussion with and approval of at least 2/3 of the PDR Holdings, meaning Rappler is at the very least under obligation to consult with Omidyar Network. The stockholder has become, in effect, subservient to the holder. It is neither 100 percent control by the Filipino stockholders nor is it 0 percent control by the foreigner PDS holders,” the SEC said.

Among others, the SECC also cited the Rule 3.1.8.2. of the 2015 SRC implementing rules and regulations which stated that “control exists whenever one entity has the power to govern the financial and operating policies of (another) entity under a statute or agreement.”

The SEC said this would even be true “even if the controlling entity does not own any equity, such as through agreements that grant influence in corporate matters.”

Likewise cited was Section 1 of the Commonwealth Act 108 also known as “The Dummy Act” which penalizes any citizen of the Philippines or of any specific country who allows his name or citizenship to be used for the purpose of evading constitutional or legal provisions which require Philippine or any specific citizenship as a requisite for the exercise or enjoyment of a right, franchise or privilege. The same law states that any alien or foreigner profiting thereby may also be held liable.

The SEC also cited the foreign negative investment list which included mass media as among the industries where 100-percent ownership was required.



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PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 3:58 pm 
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Up pa naman si rappler...so makakapag voice out pa sya ng mga concerns nya.

Sana lang di politically inspired yan closure...dapat sa lahat ng company mag apply yan


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 4:02 pm 
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dyey_em-si wrote:
Up pa naman si rappler...so makakapag voice out pa sya ng mga concerns nya.

Sana lang di politically inspired yan closure...dapat sa lahat ng company mag apply yan


Kung totoong hindi purely Filipino company ang Rappler, tama lang ang desisyon..
Kaya lang knowing Rappler as anti-Digong, magmumukhang politically motivated ang desisyon...

Let's see what will happen next....

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 4:03 pm 
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PeluBoy wrote:
dyey_em-si wrote:
ICB kita pala dyan kampihan ni dr at adme

Wala naman masama e kaso para pag mukhain kang amateur?

LOL rhetorics mo DR nakakatawa

:D

sadyang mahilig talaga siguro sa rhetorics yan mang JMC....bobong rhetard kasi hihihihih :lol: :lol:

if you need proof, pls see dengvaxia thread 8)


Andun ako hehe

Pinatigil...ni review..pina continue

Yan ang sigaw lagi ni DR e

Nakakalungkot lang di nya masagot kung bakit di pinadaan sa congress yung 3.5 billion na pagbili ng gamot. Galing daw sa savings sabi ni pnoy...pero constitutionally correct ba yun? O ngaun ni refund, so baket?

Pedeng may sablay si du30 ngaun pero di ba nila naisip na di kagaya ng mga aquino si du30 na pag previous admin ang proj, tigil agad.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 8:32 pm 
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Duterte appoints Dante Jimenez as Anti-Corruption Commission chairman
By: Nestor Corrales - Reporter / @NCorralesINQ INQUIRER.net / 05:19 PM January 15, 2018


President Rodrigo Duterte Duterte has appointed Volunteer Against Crime and Corruption (VACC) chair Dante Jimenez as chairman of the Presidential Anti-Corruption Commission.

Duterte signed Jimenez’s appointment on January 12.

Aside from Jimenez, Duterte also appointed Greco Belgica, Gregorio Luis Contacto III, and Rickson Chiong as commissioners.

In October 4, 2017, Duterte signed Executive Order (EO) No. 43 creating the Anti-Corruption Commission.




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totoo talaga iyong kasabihang "kapag talagang gusto ni pres. digong ay gagawaan ng paraan".............................






sa utang na loob makapagbayad lang. :biglaugh: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 11:50 pm 
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IceColdBeer wrote:
Admerald wrote:
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Fake news pala yung deficit ni don robert. Mga dilawan talaga mahilig sa fake news. :D

from Bloomberg
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles ... ports-rise

Tama yong pinost ni DR.


After the remittance surge from OFW this December, I see at P52 = 1st quarter 2018. and P53 by 2nd quarter, and will peak P56 this year!


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“This is not alarming. In fact this is something that is expected by the market and even the central bank governor asked to expect bigger overall deficit,” said Michael Enriquez, chief investment officer at Sunlife of Canada Philippines Inc. “It’s just a sign that the infrastructure push of the government is gaining traction and corporations are really bracing up for expansion. We can expect more of the same this year.”


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Up ko lang. Ano masasabi mo adme the know it all guy sa sinabi nitong chief investment officer ng Sunlife?

Galing yan mismo sa link na pinost mo. :D

Up uli.

Ano na adme? :?

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 12:21 am 
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I didn't know that wider trade deficit is a good thing?
Dapat pala mag celebrate tayo dito...

seriously, isipin mo yan, we are buying more than selling. we are spending more than earning.
and that is bad, very very bad!

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 12:52 am 
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Admerald wrote:
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I didn't know that wider trade deficit is a good thing?
Dapat pala mag celebrate tayo dito...

seriously, isipin mo yan, we are buying more than selling. we are spending more than earning.
and that is bad, very very bad!



We are buying and spending for infra to attract more investors hence further create more jobs and might as well hoping someday Filipinos won't be forced to work abroad wiping someone's a$$.

What's with investing? It ain't a bad idea.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 1:09 am 
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Admerald wrote:
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I didn't know that wider trade deficit is a good thing?
Dapat pala mag celebrate tayo dito...

seriously, isipin mo yan, we are buying more than selling. we are spending more than earning.
and that is bad, very very bad!

Elibs talaga ako sa pagiisip mo adme. :D


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 1:11 am 
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tiyanak2 wrote:
Admerald wrote:
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I didn't know that wider trade deficit is a good thing?
Dapat pala mag celebrate tayo dito...

seriously, isipin mo yan, we are buying more than selling. we are spending more than earning.
and that is bad, very very bad!



We are buying and spending for infra to attract more investors hence further create more jobs and might as well hoping someday Filipinos won't be forced to work abroad wiping someone's a$$.

What's with investing? It ain't a bad idea.

Yan si adme. Kalesa na lang daw at wag na magtrain. :D



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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 1:22 am 
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Well good luck sa investment na yan. Hope PH made a good decision partnering with China.
Wag naman sana matulad sa Venezuela saka mga african countries.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 7:23 am 
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Well good luck sa investment na yan. Hope PH made a good decision partnering with China.
Wag naman sana matulad sa Venezuela saka mga african countries.

Bakit China lang ba ang naginvest sa Pinas? Sobra yata allergic mo sa China? :biglaugh:

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 7:37 am 
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Basa ka uli. Trade deficit with China ang topic.

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