REICELENE JOY IGNACIO

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The Bureau of Customs (BoC) is fully supporting amendments to the excise tax on automobiles, the bureau said in a statement on Friday. House Bill 4774, filed by Representative Dakila Carlo, seeks to amend certain provision of the National Internal Revenue Code of 1997: For vehicles worth P600,000 or below:…

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The start of the nationally coordinated tigil-pasada or transport strike by different transport groups against the phase out of jeepneys is set on Monday. Transport groups participating in the protest action include Piston, Stop and Go Coalition and the No to Jeepney Phase Out Coalition. They will be supported by…

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The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority will launch “Family Zones” in the cities of Caloocan, Taguig, Navotas, Muntinlupa and Pasig (Metro Manila) this Sunday, February 26, to promote car-less open spaces and streets to citizens as a means to get away from congestion and pollution. Resolution No.16-13 of the Metro Manila…

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LOCATORS at the Clark Freeport Zone signed 71 lease agreements with Clark Development Corporation (CDC) in 2016, committing to invest about $1.02 billion in the next 10 years, or nearly triple the amount recorded in 2015. In its annual report released on Thursday, CDC said that the number of locators…

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The Department of Transportation (DoTr) and its partner agencies will gather Filipino developers who are road safety enthusiasts for the Road Safety Idea Hack event on March 13 and 18 at Crowne Plaza Hotel. They will produce ideas, methodologies, digital media, campaigns and app prototypes to improve road safety in…

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The airport in Surigao has resumed its operations on Thursday, more than a week after a 6.7-magnitude earthquake partially damaged the terminal. Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) deputy director general Manuel Antonio Tamayo said the 1,000-meter length of the runway was “declared usable and safe for aircraft operations.”…

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THE North-South Commuter Railway (NSCR) Project will begin construction by the first or second quarter of 2019, the Department of Transportation (DoTr) said on Wednesday. The Malolos to Tutuban railway project, costing about $2.88 billion, will be funded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) through official development assistance (ODA)…

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TAIWAN gaming company Thermaltake recently launched its GT Series professional gaming chair to international media during a showcase of Taiwan Excellence brands. The company said the GT Series is designed to provide aesthetics and comfort to e-sports players and is built with an anti-fatigue design and materials of high quality…

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JAPANESE multinational conglomerate Hitachi Ltd. remains keen on taking part in public-private partnership (PPP) projects in the Philippines, particularly in railway projects. “We never had any PPP projects in the Philippines,” Mitsuhiko Shimizu, general manager of Hitachi Asia Ltd. Philippine branch, said in a forum held at the Makati Shangri-la…

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TAIWAN’S Marson Technology Co., Ltd. recently introduced its wireless ring barcode scanner to the international media during a briefing in Taiwan. The MT500L, which can be worn on the finger for increased productivity at the workplace, measures 46 x 29 x 27 mm and weighs just 22 grams, the company…

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