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Old May 16th, 2015, 03:26 AM   #521
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Ito na sagot sa matagal na pagpa-process ng business registration at permit sa Pinas! Makakatulong na ito para mainganyo mga investors sa Pilipinas!


Gov’t rolls out IBRS

By Zinnia B. Dela Peņa
(The Philippine Star)
Updated May 16, 2015 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - The government has successfully rolled out its integrated business registry system (IBRS), approving 84.2 percent of applications within one day.This is in contrast to the previous system which takes about 34 days to register a business.

The IBRS is a web-based system that facilitates business registration-related transactions. It serves as a one-stop shop for entrepreneurs who need to transact with several agencies to be able to start operating a business.


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Old May 18th, 2015, 03:01 AM   #522
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Govt. aims to slash poverty rate by 20%

Through an accelerated antipoverty drive, the government aims to bring down the poverty incidence in the country by 18 to 20 percent by 2016.

Government agencies concerned set the wheels in motion when they recently launched the Accelerated and Sustainable Anti-Poverty Program (Asapp) which aims to significantly reduce the number of the country’s poor.

The government aims to achieve this by creating employment opportunities in cities and municipalities with the potential to grow economically but which are constrained by having a population with limited skills, limited expansion opportunities for businesses and huge in-migration. This will include self-employment for the poor.

Read more: http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/691968/...#ixzz3aRn5pmN6

Is it too ambitious?? Realistic or not?? Is this just another Press Release?? You decide
"The trouble with us in government is that we talk too much, act too slow, and do too little, don't we? What the country needs is not more laws but more good men in public service.." --Rodrigo Duterte
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Old May 19th, 2015, 10:50 AM   #523
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Well first and foremost, we need to manage our population, whether via calendar or artificial.
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