Special Niche for Private Car Owners?

I heard this somewhere. Donald Trump tried to call the emergency services by dialing 911 on his phone. He found the nine easily, but then couldn’t find the eleven. 

I am reminded of this joke when I look at the war on the streets over the PUV modernization program.

Even when the government has explained to the affected sectors what this program is all about, the strongly militant Piston fails to see the wisdom of the program. It insists on making things difficult when it’s all easy. It insists on finding the 11.

This PUV modernization program has been…

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5 Cabinet members briefed investors in Morgan Stanley economic briefing

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

Five Cabinet members of the economic cluster, except for Foreign Secretary Allan Peter Cayetano, were in New York for the Philippine Economic briefing at the Morgan Stanley headquarters in New York City last October 11.

 

They were Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno, Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III, Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia, Cayetano and Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Deputy Governor Diwa Guinigundo.

 

Diokno discussed the expansionary fiscal policy and salient points in the budget as he emphasized that the legislative agenda and administrative reforms being pushed are for greater budget transparency and…

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How an unskilled construction worker earned six digit dollar income a year

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

A hot and trending feature story from Australia’s Financial Observer narrated how an unskilled Filipino construction worker earned six digit dollar income a year right from his bedroom. The story is worth sharing here.

 

Armando Santos of Pasay City had to quit schooling after high school to support his parents and five other siblings by finding a job. He did find it easy, as a construction worker for two years. But when he discovered his income was not growing as fast as the cost of living, he started reflecting on other options.…

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August YoY spending rises 13.9 percent versus January to August 9.8 percent

 


National government disbursements showed an uptick for August 2017 of 13.9 percent, year on year, while spending on January to August hit 9.8 percent. The growth in spending is seen to boost the government’s economic agenda and promote the swift delivery of public services.

 

The Department of Budget and Management said  state spending totaled P201.6 billion in August 2017, up from P177 billion last year. The growth of capital outlays (CO) paced the robust spending in August as it rose by 22.6 percent to reach P51.6 billion. Meanwhile, current operating expenditures (COE) increased by 10.3 percent to reach…

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Crypto currency Coinlancer sets foot in the Philippines

 

By Rose de la Cruz

With more Filipinos taking in home-based parttime jobs as freelancers for foreign-based online outfits, freelancing is a fast growing sector that internet-based currency dealers/coiners are entering such as Coinlancer that was introduced today to the media and later in the afternoon to varied audiences. 

Coinlancer is a new cryptocurrency founded in the British Virgin Islands (a known haven for money launderers) but with an operations office in Dubai that allows freelancers to trade, invest and buy products or services using its Blockchain technology platform.  The technology allows freelancers easy, convenient and safe way of doing business.…

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