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A LEADER MUST BE A TERROR

TO THE FEW WHO ARE EVIL

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I COULD MAKE THIS SACRIFICE

IF ONLY TO SAVE THIS COUNTRY FROM BEING FRACTURED

Doing Right Now

  • Receiving a merit medal for bravery: An AFP soldier’s shining moment

    2017-02-20 Features

    By Ana-Liza S. Macatangay, PIA 5 –Camarines Sur

     

    Corporal Mark Alfred Repol had his most memorable birthday celebration this year.

     

    Although wounded from the recent clash between the government troops and rebels in the mountainous island province of Masbate, Repol managed to pull a smile when he saw his Commander-in-Chief, MGEN Manolito P. Orense, 9th ID Commander personally handing him a birthday cake in his hospital bed, Wednesday.

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  • PIA building ASEAN awareness

    2017-02-19 Features

    BY: Lilibeth A. French, PIA 6

     

    The regional office of the Philippine Information Agency in Western Visayas will be conducting activities that aim to get the interest and help make residents and visitors of the province of Aklan more aware of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) .

     

    In partnership with the Presidential Communications Operations Office, Atty. Janet Mesa, Director of the PIA 6 said in an interview over PIA radio progr... Read More

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Government Agenda

Tax

Continue and maintain the current macroeconomic policies. Reforms in tax revenue collection efforts will be complemented by reforms within the bureaucracy of tax collecting agencies.

Infrastructure

Accelerate spending on infrastructure by addressing major bottlenecks, and maintain the target of setting aside 5% of the country's gross domestic product (GDP) to infrastructure spending.

Investors

Ensure attractiveness of the Philippines to foreign investors, and enhancing competitiveness in doing business in the country. This also means reducing crime to attract investors, and increase security of businessmen and consumers.

Agriculture

Provide support services to small farmers to increase productivity and improve market access. Provide irrigation and better support services to farmers. Promote tourism in the rural areas.

Education

Strengthen basic education system, and provide scholarships for tertiary education, which are relevant to private employers' needs.

Human Development

Expand and improve implementation of the conditional cash transfer (CCT) program.