A Crisis Like No Other: Where to for the Philippine economy? Presented by Fritz Ocampo, Senior Vice President, Chief Investment Officer, Trust and Investments Group, BDO Unibank. Brought to you by PCCI-MAKATI.COM (Formerly the Makati Chamber Commerce and Industry)
Online media has unquestionably changed the business world. Digitization enables companies to enter cross-border markets without having a physical footprint.
Makati Chamber MSME members who are in the retail sector are actively pursuing the expansion of their company to internet
Every MSME member of Makati Chamber (PCCI-Makati) is truly affected by the prolonged lockdown.
Online selling is a form of digital presence that Makati Chamber is promoting in line with this year’s strategic thrust.
To give credit where credit is due, the government has come up with several good financial stimulus programs for MSMEs. The question remains to be access.
The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) has, as of end-March, collected an additional P3.68 billion from about 20,000 previously delinquent taxpayers under ongoing amnesty programs for delinquencies and estate taxes, Commissioner Caesar Dulay said.
AS part of the “new normal,” the chairman of the House Committee on Transportation on Sunday announced that the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) will rationalize the land-based transport system for Metro Manila by removing overlapping routes in the country’s capital.
Light Rail Manila Corp. (LRMC) is now preparing to resume its commercial operations through the implementation of health guidelines set by the government in anticipation of the possible easing of the lockdown in Metro Manila in the next few days.