EMETERIO SD. PEREZ

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IN business, joint venture refers to a 50-50-percent sharing of ownership in a stock corporation. In layman’s term, this partnership is simply alliance of capital. In short, they who have the money rule that even competitors unite for business convenience. The latest example of a joint venture involved the Philippines’…

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ON my way home from Manila a week ago, I was monitoring in our car’s radio the congressional hearing on the alleged proliferation of drug trade inside the New Bilibid Prison. When I heard the line of questioning by a legislator, I became curious about his identity. The way the…

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PUBLIC investors enable the very rich families that control most of the nation’s wealth thru their businesses to list their shares on the Philippine Stock Exchange. As a general rule, their participation in the listed shares’ ownership is limited to common shares. No one outside the Securities and Exchange Commission…

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Supercity Realty Development Corp. (SRDC) may be small for a company but it can boast of being both listed and public. Formed on June 9, 2000, SRDC was into construction business until its owners decided in 2008 to “focus its activities into real estate development. It said so on the…

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PUBLIC investors are helpless when listed companies fall. Despite this, they don’t deserve even a semblance of sympathy from either the Securities and Exchange Commission or the Philippine Stock Exchange. They could only grieve over the loss of their money in certain listed companies but could comfort themselves with the…

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IF Universal Robina Corp. (URC) made a good profit from the sale of its treasury shares to a subsidiary of its own unit in Australia, what will stop the other listed companies either owned or controlled by JG Summit Holdings Inc. from reissuing their own shares that they had bought…

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A company owned by the Antonino family has “bought out three of its shareholders…” It was not identified but was named only as “Company A” in a legal query posed to the Securities and Exchange Commission by Ma. Fenora L. Pigon, vice president for finance of the Antonino Group of…

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THE public stockholders of Liberty Telecoms Holdings Inc. (LIB) are more likely to continue complaining against the offer to buy them out at P2.20 per share, which to them is low compared with their acquisition price. On the other hand, stockbrokers willingly accepted the P2.20 price-per share offer because they…

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THE majority stockholders of Liberty Telecoms Holdings Inc. compute the 10-percent minimum public ownership rule in their favor but at the expense of the company’s public stockholders. This is a conclusion derived from a filing posted on the website of the Philippine Stock Exchange. “Vega Telecom Inc.,” Liberty Telecom said…

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Public stockholders end up the biggest losers when share prices begin to fall. They suffer when the listed companies in which they placed their money report financials that worsen every quarter. They are financially hurt even more when, by the end of the year, the stocks’ financials suggest the worst,…

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