The Philippines (DOF Secretary Carlos Dominguez) and the Asian Development Bank (President Takehiko Nakao) signed on January 11 (Wednesday) a loan agreement that aims to improve Mindanao’s links to international trade corridors and formalized the exchange of documents on sustaining reforms in the country’s capital markets, in support of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte’s high—and inclusive—growth agenda.
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III leads today the destruction, via the co-processing method, of the first batch of some P3.316 billion-worth of Mighty and Marvel cigarettes bearing fake tax stamps that were confiscated in separate raids in March this year by joint teams from the Bureaus of Internal Revenue (BIR) and of Customs (BOC). The cigarettes were destroyed this morning at the Holcim Philippines Geocycle compound in Norzagaray, Bulacan.
Philippine economic officials showcase the rising business and investment opportunities in the Philippines before a wide range of US-based portfolio and direct […]
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III pitches to a host of Chinese business groups and investors the Philippines’ planned renminbi-dominated Panda […]
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