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Uy refers Agora vendors’ plea to council’s eco body

Cagayan de Oro City Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin V. Uy has referred to the City Council committee on economic enterprises chaired by Councilor Ian Mark Q. Nacaya for appropriate action the letter of The United Muslims and Christians Vendors Organization (UMCVO-CDOC) earnestly requesting for a resolution to facilitate the reduction …

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GCash leads in building its digital fiscal services

GCash, operated by Globe Fintech Innovations Inc. (Mynt), has taken a bolder step to bring its digital financial services closer to more Filipinos, aiming to marry the Filipino’s tech-savvy lifestyle and the growing need for financial inclusion. As a leading architect of the future, GCash strives to brings its brand …

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BOC-MCT posts P681-m surplus collection for May

By BEN BALCE Staff member . Despite of the speculated and possible decrease of revenue collection during lean months, the Bureau of Customs (BOC) Port of Mindanao Container Terminal still its revenue collection for June is on track, as it underscored the May surplus collection of P681.29 million. “The actual …

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SEC to file criminal charges vs. Kapa over alleged scam

By NITZ ARANCON Correspondent . Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Thursday said it intends to file criminal charges against Kapa-Community Ministry International, Inc. (KAPA) and its officials for operating an alleged fraudulent scheme which it considers as the biggest investment scam ever seen in the country. This, after the …

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Xavier Ateneo among best accountancy schools in PH

Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan ranked 10th top-performing accountancy school in the Philippines, based on the results of the May 2019 Certified Public Accountant Licensure Exam (CPALE). Xavier Ateneo Accountancy garnered a passing rate of 27.78% after 15 out of 54 examinees passed the said exam. Only schools with …

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PCA moves to curb falling copra prices

By LITO RULONA Correspondent . Philippine Coconut Authority-10 (PCA-10) on Thursday moved some immediate solutions to resolve the very low prices of copra, a major issue facing the coconut sector for the past years. PCA-10 information officer Ralph Marcel Estaño said the issues on low prices of copra has been …

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Simon wants all info on ‘banned canned goods’

By Edwin Iyo Correspondent . Bureau of Custom Sub Port Collector John Simon is kicking into high gear its ban on the China-manufactured luncheon meat “Ma Ling” and he even wanted complete information to do it on the reported illegal entry of the banned processed pork meat at the Mindanao …

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Vendors ask council to halt increase in stall fees

By LITO RULONA Correspondent . Some 300 vendors belonging to United Muslim and Christian Vendors Organization (UMCVO) based in Agora Market City asked help from the city council to “freeze” the impending stall increase and provide additional comfort rooms inside the market premises. In a complaint letter submitted to the …

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