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Labor, tourism, and transportation departments tell senators they need a total of P205-billion coronavirus bailout
It would be up to the Bureau of Internal Revenue to decide whether to allow POGOs, which are linked to tax evasion and other alleged crimes, to operate again
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says Landbank is studying a proposed loan guarantee program for private schools dealing with unpaid tuition and fees
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III sees flat to negative growth in succeeding quarters. BSP Governor Benjamin Diokno calls it 'technical recession.'
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says the government will 'eventually' put in place programs for businesses. For now, they will prioritize cash subsidies.
They are among the government officials who went into self-quarantine after exposure to a person who later tested positive for COVID-19
(UPDATE) At least 2 Cabinet members are isolating themselves and avoiding contact with the 74-year-old President Rodrigo Duterte
The Department of Finance is looking for funding from new partners – ones that did not support the resolution adopted by the United Nations Human Rights Council
'Those who don't pay or respond to your assessments, clamp them down,' says Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III
'As time is of the essence, we hope the Bureau of Customs strike team versus foreign waste imports will be set up soon,' says EcoWaste Coalition
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says the 17th Congress filed over a hundred bills that were simply financially unsustainable. His solution: a weekly meeting with lawmakers.
Among the roads to be reconstructed and improved are those damaged in war-torn Marawi City, where delays have plagued the rehabilitation
'We look forward...to working with you in the House and we certainly appreciate it if you will be in a leadership position in the finance area,' says Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III to incoming Antique representative Loren Legarda
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says the budget impasse showed 'how politicking could harm people'
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says they will seek a last push discussion with legislators for the approval of the measures before the 2019 elections
Factions in Duterte’s own administration are squabbling over funds, and it seems, over appointments too
Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno says non-infrastructure projects will be the first in line to be reviewed for postponement
The groups 'echo the concerns of fiscal and economic experts about the ambiguous provisions on the division of revenue and expenditure responsibilities' under federalism
'Before we communicate what federalism is, can we not first calculate what its cost will be?' says Senate President Pro-Tempore Ralph Recto
The government finance team still has no idea where it will source the additional funds for local government units
Build, Build, Build is currently financed by taxes, official development assistance, and commercial loans
The government previously pegged inflation at just within 2% to 4%, but prices keep rising. Meanwhile, the deficit forecast is also raised to 'sustain the momentum of the Build, Build, Build program.'
Rice supply, salary increases for teachers and soldiers, briefings on Chinese harassment in Ayungin Shoal, ban on Rappler – these are just some of the issues over which the President didn't seem to consult his alter egos before speaking
Rapu-Rapu Mayor Ronald Galicia says local officials are 'clueless' on the activities in the mining site where two major mine spills happened 13 years ago
Philippine Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says the revenues would help pay off Japan's loan for the construction of the subway
During the country’s annual briefing with the Asian Development Bank, Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says, 'Mindanao today is at the front and center of the Build, Build, Build infrastructure program'
The Philippine government earmarks less than P90 million for the hosting of the Asian Development Bank annual meeting in 2018, lower than the P200 million it spent in 2012
In 2017, the Bureau of Internal Revenue booked the country's biggest-ever tax settlement case: Mighty Corporation's about P30 billion liabilities
The Department of Finance is looking into building a logistics backbone for MSMEs and popularizing China's 3-1-0 online loan initiative in the Philippines
'Mabubuhay rin tayo. Anyway, I control the foreign affairs of this government,' President Rodrigo Duterte says
Sir open pit mining will really disadvantage the Filipino our farmers and fishermen forever for life says the former environment secretary
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says incentives for BPO companies will remain The fate of milk products in the proposed tax reform package however is still up in the air
Asked if Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon is off the hook Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says no presidential appointee is safe from getting sacked
The curriculum will include technical aspects of tax collection administration and compliance
Meanwhile former socioeconomic planning secretary Felipe Medalla retains his position as member of the board
The House of Representatives could approve the bill on both 2nd and 3rd readings this week
The price of a Toyota Camry 3 5 V6 A T will surge to over P3 030 million in 2019 from the current P2 153 million based on a pending bill
Government officials and business leaders from the Philippines also encourage potential participants to come to the Philippines and invest
A railway connecting the cities of Davao Surigao and Cagayan de Oro as well as a subway linking Quezon City Mandaluyong Pasig and Taguig are part of the government s basket of solutions to address the country s poor infrastructure
Philippine Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III once an agriculture chief raises the Philippines two decade concern in his meeting with Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop
We respect her passion we even admire her for that but being a secretary passion is not enough says Commission on Appointments member Josephine Ramirez Sato
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Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III is also concerned about the impact of any mining ban on local government finance and people s livelihoods
Senator Franklin Drilon asks Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III about his opinion of President Rodrigo Duterte s recent statements on mining
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III explains the Mining Industry Coordinating Council review to members of the Commission on Appointments
Here s what you need to know about the tuition free policy as proposed in the Senate
Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez says however his department is coordinating with the DOF to fine tune the excise tax brackets being proposed for vehicles
UPDATED DOF Secretary Carlos Dominguez III and BIR Commissioner Cesar Dulay explain that religious institutions are only taxed for their revenue from commercial activities not tuition