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PostPosted: Sun Dec 17, 2017 10:03 am 
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dyey_em-si wrote:
DR kala ko okay ka kausap pero one sided ka obviously

Halatang halata na galit ka kay digong.

Si Pnoy ba di yan ginawa

Wala bang ibang presidente or politiko na gumawa nyan

Alam kong parehas bawal yan but iba ang point ko which obviously di mo na gets, which is okay.


Intindihin mo nalang si Amigang DR malaking Hypocrite yan :lol:

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 17, 2017 11:58 am 
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don robert wrote:
dyey_em-si wrote:
DR kala ko okay ka kausap pero one sided ka obviously

Halatang halata na galit ka kay digong.

Si Pnoy ba di yan ginawa

Wala bang ibang presidente or politiko na gumawa nyan

Alam kong parehas bawal yan but iba ang point ko which obviously di mo na gets, which is okay.


it's ok if you think na di ako OK kausap. siguro kasi factual mga sinasabi ko.

and obviously, you are not a keen observer nor possess critical thinking. the circular was put out during the term of PNoy, as he wanted to stop the practice of politicians putting their names on government projects financed by the people thru their taxes. which actually answers your rhetorical question on "wala bang ibang presidente or politiko na gumawa nyan". because that DILG circular was put out to put a stop on such. but here you are, making an excuse.

anyway, ang point ko dun is to factually answer your query "paano naging same case to". and i cited you the DILG circular, which was the one used by the accuser on the suspended mayor and vice mayor.

i mean, for the love of goats, it is a simple case that needs a simple analogy. yet you can't connect the dots nor find the similarity in it?

Ad hominem na si dr. Ganyan yan kapag malapit na masira ang monitor.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 17, 2017 7:04 pm 
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LOLs

Factual yet puro against lang kay digong.

Nung kay Pnoy ang tatahimik nyo

Kung factual kayo dapat patas hindi one sided. Dapat objective kaso di nyo talaga macontain e...

Anyways accomplishment ata usapan dito gawa na lang kayo ng Pnoy aacomplishments. Simulan nyo nung congressman pa sya :D


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 18, 2017 11:42 am 
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Efren Peñaflorida - CNN Hero of the Year in 2009.

Will he accept the position??
And will he be able to help??

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 19, 2017 8:12 am 
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Pirmado na ang TRAIN...

Will it be good for the Philippines???

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Pirmado na ang TRAIN...

Will it be good for the Philippines???

I see much lower income tax thus makes this a better tax than the previous one on this part.

It is also a consumption tax, meaning you pay higher taxes on goods, better tax system than income tax.

The coal tax and fuel tax is bad for the philippine economy overall, I expect higher prices of goods on top of the higher taxes impose already. So good prices will climb because of the fuel tax, then you add up another sales tax. Prices could go up as much as 50% and even higher on certain commodities
Hopefully it will be compensated by the reduction of income taxes.

People who dont pay income taxes already will mostly feel it like the drivers, vendors or those with low income. They will be impacted most.

Cost of doing business in the PH will be more expensive. Possible job lost in manufacturing, and services like restaurant. Cause utilities will be more expensive.


Overall. This is a bad tax bill.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 19, 2017 9:33 am 
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I sense the fossil fuel tax is due to the Paris Agreement.
It is basically a carbon tax.

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Ok lang yan adme basta papanalunin niyo ng 2nd term si Trump. Makabubuti sa Pinas yang si Trump. :D

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Dito rudge. Bababa ang taxes, pati bussiness taxes bababa din. Kaya nag sky rocket ang US economy ngayon dahil sa policy na ganyan


Also inalis ni Trump ang restriction sa Coal, and Trump is actually promoting Fossil Fuel! Kabaliktaran nangyayari sa Pinas.

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Admerald wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
Pirmado na ang TRAIN...

Will it be good for the Philippines???

I see much lower income tax thus makes this a better tax than the previous one on this part.

It is also a consumption tax, meaning you pay higher taxes on goods, better tax system than income tax.

The coal tax and fuel tax is bad for the philippine economy overall, I expect higher prices of goods on top of the higher taxes impose already. So good prices will climb because of the fuel tax, then you add up another sales tax. Prices could go up as much as 50% and even higher on certain commodities
Hopefully it will be compensated by the reduction of income taxes.

People who dont pay income taxes already will mostly feel it like the drivers, vendors or those with low income. They will be impacted most.

Cost of doing business in the PH will be more expensive. Possible job lost in manufacturing, and services like restaurant. Cause utilities will be more expensive.


Overall. This is a bad tax bill.


Investment pledges hit record P617 B this year


By Richmond Mercurio (The Philippine Star) | Updated December 19, 2017 - 12:00am


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MANILA, Philippines — Investment approvals by the Board of Investments (BOI) soared to an all-time high this year, surpassing by nearly a quarter the full year target of P500 billion.

The BOI said yesterday investments approved this year hit P617 billion, the highest in the agency’s 50-year history and 39.5 percent more than the P442 billion recorded in 2016.


The BOI‘s previous record for approved investments was posted in 1997, at P570.1 billion, which came mainly from investments due to the privatization and deregulation of public utilities such as water supply and telecommunications.

This year’s investment pledges, meanwhile, came from a total of 426 projects mainly in infrastructure and power.

The agency said these projects would generate around 76,065 jobs upon full operations.

“This validates business confidence in President Rodrigo Duterte’s economic programs to ensure inclusive growth and shared prosperity for the country. The influx of investments is definitely steamrolling, as we are expecting sustained higher investments for the next five years,” Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez said.

“The momentum of our 6.9 percent GDP (gross domestic product) growth in the third quarter and 6.7 percent overall growth for the first nine months have definitely carried over in the fourth quarter, investment-wise, and further boosted with the frenzied economic activity given the holiday season,” Lopez added.

The BOI has targeted an ambitious investment approval level of P500 billion for 2017 to mark the agency’s 50th founding anniversary.

“We were happy then to just reach our P500 billion target. But to blitz past the P600 billion mark is something we are definitely ecstatic as this only proves the continuing confidence of the investors in making their business grow in the Philippines,” Lopez said.

Trade Undersecretary and BOI managing head Ceferino Rodolfo attributed the surge in investments to the designation of focused strategic sectors under the 2017 Investments Priorities Plan (IPP), as well as influx of infrastructure and power projects and the strong growth of domestic demand.

Power and energy projects accounted for the largest chunk of the approvals at P268.168 billion, followed by infrastructure and public-private partnership (PPP) projects at P127.66 billion.

The resurgence of the manufacturing industry likewise continued as investments in the sector almost doubled to P96 billion this year from P49.26 billion in 2016.

Real estate and mass housing projects reached P86 billion, while projects in the transportation and logistics sector were valued at P15.91 billion.

“The increase in infrastructure projects this year supports the BOI’s push for the growth in economic activities outside Metro Manila and the Build Build Build or the massive infrastructure program of the administration,” Rodolfo said.

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Nabasa ko yan Jabez. This has nothing to do with TRAIN. Most likely investments coming from China. Telecoms, power plants, construction and even manufacturing.

China can diffinitely afford to operate at lost to capitalize on something else like eliminating competition, or gain influence.

Diffinitely China sees this in advance.

The question is will this be sustainable in the long run, will our economy will not be hostage by China. Look at Venezuela, same story. China pours money on Venuzuela, and look what happen to them now?

But going back to the topic about the TRAIN. Will investor be encourage to invest more if they know the cost of doing bussiness is more expensive?

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Admerald wrote:
Nabasa ko yan Jabez. This has nothing to do with TRAIN. Most likely investments coming from China. Telecoms, power plants, construction and even manufacturing.

China can diffinitely afford to operate at lost to capitalize on something else like eliminating competition, or gain influence.

Diffinitely China sees this in advance.

The question is will this be sustainable in the long run, will our economy will not be hostage by China. Look at Venezuela, same story. China pours money on Venuzuela, and look what happen to them now?

But going back to the topic about the TRAIN. Will investor be encourage to invest more if they know the cost of doing bussiness is more expensive?


highlighted text is base on speculations... China??? is that the only country interested in investing in PH? we might as well create a Chamber of Commerce for China.

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pubringjuandelacruz wrote:
Admerald wrote:
Nabasa ko yan Jabez. This has nothing to do with TRAIN. Most likely investments coming from China. Telecoms, power plants, construction and even manufacturing.

China can diffinitely afford to operate at lost to capitalize on something else like eliminating competition, or gain influence.

Diffinitely China sees this in advance.

The question is will this be sustainable in the long run, will our economy will not be hostage by China. Look at Venezuela, same story. China pours money on Venuzuela, and look what happen to them now?

But going back to the topic about the TRAIN. Will investor be encourage to invest more if they know the cost of doing bussiness is more expensive?


highlighted text is base on speculations... China??? is that the only country interested in investing in PH? we might as well create a Chamber of Commerce for China.

Hayaan mo na China lang kayang abutin ng mind nya..... :mrgreen:


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This is one of Dutae's major accomplishments and his minions are gloating about it

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