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 Post subject: Re: Build! Build! Build!
PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2018 11:38 am 
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dyey_em-si wrote:
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matindi.




eh mang don robert,

fake news naman yata ya^AN...
and in da minds of the LOVE STRUCK ROMEO fans ay FAKE NEWS ya^AN... bwahahahahahahah

paki-proof check nga po...bwahahahahah
meron ka bang youtube ng ektyends ng conberseysyen na eyan!!!!!!...bwahahahahahah



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1. Nahihirapan akong hanapin sa YouTube yung interview
2. May nakita akong article dated Feb 2018
3. Totoo naman yung interest rate. Japan mas mababa ang interest rate compared sa China
4. Reason kaya kinu consider ang China kahit na mataas rate is because matagal daw loan processing ng Japan.
5. Wala akong nabasa na pumirma na ang Pinas sa loan between China dyan sa instance na yan...kasi kailangan pa icheck yung validity nung offer sa loan

Ang laki ng difference sa meaning pag di posted lahat ng information....tsk tsk


i did proof check before i posted that meme. i will post the links if and when i I find them...


Update:

ok here are some of the links:

http://www.interaksyon.com/japan-has-better-rates-for-loans-but-ph-needs-china-too-to-speed-up-infra-projects-pernia/
https://www.rappler.com/thought-leaders/197207-china-loans-philippines-fears
http://www.businessinsider.com/chinas-debt-trap-diplomacy-hits-philippines-with-exorbitant-loans-2018-3

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Hmmm wala akong makita na bagong development kung tinanggap na ng pinas yung loan ng China. Yung link na nakita ni DR is same lang sa nakita ko and wala dun explicitly stated na pumirma na pinas.

Meron bang bagong developments?


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^^ basahin mo yung part na nag ne negotiate ang PH with China on the loan terms. that means the intent is already there. it was even mentioned which projects will be supported by the loan, tatlo nabanggit dun. also, the current administration, specifically the president, is not shy to say publicly about the subject of getting a loan from china.

so how can you be naive to ask such question, beats me.

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don robert wrote:
^^ basahin mo yung part na nag ne negotiate ang PH with China on the loan terms. that means the intent is already there. it was even mentioned which projects will be supported by the loan, tatlo nabanggit dun. also, the current administration, specifically the president, is not shy to say publicly about the subject of getting a loan from china.

so how can you be naive to ask such question, beats me.



Naive is not the right term. Facts lang :D Intent unfortunately is not equal to signed docs. Sa palagay mo ba gusto ko mataas na interes e sa tax ko kukunin pambayad dyan.

If I have not asked those questions e di di mo hinanap yang mga yan.

Bakit ka naiinis sa intent pa lang e wala pa naman.

Siguro eto pag isipan mo...

If you have a choice between 2% loan pero next 2 years pa marelease vs 4% loan pero release in 1 month...ano pipiliin mo? Kailangang kailangan mo pera sa business mo


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Pero kung ako lang masunod...makipag bargain ako sa mga hapon baka naman kasi mapaikli pa yung processing time

Pag di pwede e di hindi


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Mababa talaga yung binigay na interest rate ng Japan kaya nga sabi nila dati halos walang interest yung pinapahiram. Yung sa China, di ko sure ang running rate kapag gov't to gov't loan pero at 3% per annum, nasa 0.25% per month yan. Sobrang baba pa din compared sa mga private loans.

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dyey_em-si wrote:
don robert wrote:
^^ basahin mo yung part na nag ne negotiate ang PH with China on the loan terms. that means the intent is already there. it was even mentioned which projects will be supported by the loan, tatlo nabanggit dun. also, the current administration, specifically the president, is not shy to say publicly about the subject of getting a loan from china.

so how can you be naive to ask such question, beats me.



Naive is not the right term. Facts lang :D Intent unfortunately is not equal to signed docs. Sa palagay mo ba gusto ko mataas na interes e sa tax ko kukunin pambayad dyan.

If I have not asked those questions e di di mo hinanap yang mga yan.

Bakit ka naiinis sa intent pa lang e wala pa naman.

Siguro eto pag isipan mo...

If you have a choice between 2% loan pero next 2 years pa marelease vs 4% loan pero release in 1 month...ano pipiliin mo? Kailangang kailangan mo pera sa business mo


ano ba sinabi dun sa meme na mali. :lol:

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DR...walang mali kaso kulang

Wala pa rin napirmahan kasi...at least wala akong nabasa.


Ang point ko kulang pinost mo kasi nagmumukhang malala e...ala fake news. :lol: :lol:


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bild, bild, bild = kolap, kolap, kolap




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edap wrote:
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Design failure yan. Pakitanong na lang si dan sa detalye.
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Design failure yan. Pakitanong na lang si dan sa detalye.
:lol: :lol: :lol:



Teka 2017 yan....kela nagkaroon ng bidding. Knowing Philippines...matagal mapatupad project dahil sa bidding kuno na yan.

Ayoko lang na pag may project e sa past admins ang kudos tapos pag failure kay du30


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2 days before completion. Warranty sa contractor pa yan.

kahit sino nag umpisa o kanino pang project yan.


Katulad lang yan nito



Bicol River revetment project funded by Robredo collapses

Published November 8, 2016, 10:01 PM

By Ruel Saldico



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A big chunk of the Bicol River revetment project collapsed before turn over to city government.
(Ruel Saldico / MANILA BULLETIN)



Naga City, Camarines Sur — Following the collapse of a portion of a revetment project along the Bicol River last weekend, authorities are now pointing fingers as to who should explain or be held accountable for the estimated P50-million wreck which was part of a project initiated by Vice President Leni Robredo when she was still a congresswoman.

The revetment project is a portion of the P650-million rehabilitation project along the Bicol River funded from the community development fund (CDF) of Robredo when she was Camarines Sur representative in the past administration.

Robredo graced the inauguration of the Bicol River Reventment Project just last September 9.

But due to heavy and continuous rains for four days in this city, almost 50 meters of the project near a private cemetery collapsed last Friday afternoon. The revetment is only two meters away from the tombs at the cemetery.

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) said the 100-meter concrete fence built on top of the revetment by the owner of the private cemetery is one of the reasons investigated as the cause of the collapse.

It turns out that no consent nor permit either from the barangay administration or the city government was secured before the said fence was constructed.

Irene Mariano, owner of the Santo Niño Memorial Park, admitted there was no permit sought from the City Engineering Office to construct a fence on the revetment, but denied allegations that it is had caused the collapse.

Mariano suggested the government investigate the structural integrity of the revetment project.

She claimed that for the purpose of the project, the government had cut 6.5 meters on the easement mandatory property line, but the cemetery management did not complain.

Even the City Engineering Office believes the fence had caused the river revetment’s collapse. But it also sees the possibility that the revetment project had a weak foundation allegedly due to sub-standard quality of work.

Mayor John Bongat of this city said they will deny the turnover of the said project until it has been properly completed. Bongat also ordered a start to a special investigation into the incident.

It was learned that the project is under contract with Bicol Goldrock Constructions (BGCC), which claimed it has been working on the structure for almost a year now but has not been paid a single cent.

According to the contractor, it will reconstruct the revetment in accordance with the DPWH suggestions.

As of yesterday, the Office of the Vice President remained mum on the incident.



https://news.mb.com.ph/2016/11/08/bicol ... collapses/

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utak langaw lang ang sisipol dyan

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