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Gov’t urged to review SRP policy

MANILA — The Department of Justice (DOJ) on Monday said the government must review the Suggested Retail Price (SRP) policy. In a 16-page report dated June 29, 2015 and prepared by the DOJ-Office for Competition (DOJ-OFC), it found that the present SRP mechanism as set by various government agencies removes ...

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4ID pursuing Maoists who abducted soldier

MANILA — Units from the Cagayan De Oro-based 4th Infantry Division are now pursuing the unit of the New People’s Army (NPA) who abducted a soldier at Baran-gay Alagatan, Gingoog City killing one trooper and wounding two civilians last Saturday, July 11. Reports forwarded Monday by 4th Infantry Division public ...

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Capitol stages caravan to celebrate Misorcares gains

THE capitol staged a caravan and recognized the efforts of the people who worked for its Misorcares program on Saturday. The caravan highlighted the week-long celebration of the Misorcares anniversary in the mprovince. Maryden Ocot, provincial coordinator, the caravan included Misorcares workers and others involved in the program implementation from the ...

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MARAWI CITY, Lanao del Sur — More than 30,000 regular and casual employees of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Minda-nao (ARMM) will receive Productivity Enhancement Incentive (PEI) pay for fiscal year 2015 starting next week. Lawyer Laisa Alamia, ARMM executive secretary, said a P583-million grant for this purpose has already ...

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Floods submerge 16 villages; dams start discharging water

HEAVY monsoon rains enhanced by Typhoon “Falcon” pounded many parts of Bulacan and inundated 16 villages in two towns and one city yesterday. The latest situation report from the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (PDRRMO) showed that the hardest hit area is Meycauayan city where 12 villages were ...

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