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MAP National Issues Commitee Co-Chair RIZA MANTARING in “GISING NA”

Interview (timeslot 11:46 to 23:50) of MAP National Issues Committee Co-Chair RIZA MANTARING in “GISING NA” daily news program in the morning in Daily Tribune News Live, Radyo Bandido […]

Don’t bet on ‘good ole days’ MAP

The Management Association of the Philippines (MAP) has advised its members to find ways to innovate and embrace digitization to survive and prepare future pandemics, as […]

MAP Statement on the Passing of Pres. Benigno S. Aquino III

Defusing the inequality time bomb

Good policy is good investment. The only way to stop the inequality pandemic before it spreads further is through a radical reimagination of what constitutes good […]

The Great Reset: Leading for the common good

First, a look back at 2020. 2020 was unexpectedly a year of severe and multiple crises. We had and have a health crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic […]

The Great Reset: Leading for the common good

First, a look back at 2020. 2020 was unexpectedly a year of severe and multiple crises. We had and have a health crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic […]

CREATE is the only choice!

At the forthcoming legislature’s bicameral conference on corporate tax reform, it should only be a choice between CITIRA (House Bill 4157) and CREATE (Senate bill 1357). […]

CREATE is the only choice!

At the forthcoming legislature’s bicameral conference on corporate tax reform, it should only be a choice between CITIRA (House Bill 4157) and CREATE (Senate bill 1357). […]

Value resulting from the development of the covid-19 vaccine who benefits

Rebuilding by learning from the stories of others

Staying Put, Looking Forward

The year 2020 may very well be the longest any of us has ever experienced. Filipinos of all walks of life were faced with new adversities, […]

The Great Reset: Leading for the common good

First, a look back at 2020. 2020 was unexpectedly a year of severe and multiple crises. We had and have a health crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic […]

CREATE is the only choice!

At the forthcoming legislature’s bicameral conference on corporate tax reform, it should only be a choice between CITIRA (House Bill 4157) and CREATE (Senate bill 1357). […]

CITIRA vs. EODB

The Philippines made remarkable progress in the ranking of the World Bank’s Doing Business (DB) 2020 Report, from ranking 124th rising by 29 notches and landing at […]

Offsetting Measures, Upsetting Measures

The tax reform is well underway, but just as it had in 2018, it hit a snag yet again. In fact, it hit the same snag […]

STEM JOBS—new area for women careers Nitpicking the automotive sector

It has been said that STEM (Science Tech, Engineering and Math) jobs and careers are giving women 30% more income than the usual clerical jobs set […]

AGRI DEVELOPMENT: More than irrigation, post-harvest facilities and farm-to-market roads

Many politicians propose solving rural poverty via three areas:  irrigation, post-harvest facilities and farm-to-market roads.  I beg to differ.   It is much more than that. Indeed, […]

Disqualifications of Directors of PHCs

The Revised CG Code adheres closely to the additional rules of disqualifications for directors of publicly-held companies (PHCs) as those found in the Original CG Code, […]

The China Issue – Impressions of a Military Mind

For the last five decades, the Philippines has fought the communist insurgency whose roots and foundations originated from Communist China. In spite of China’s shift to […]

Defusing the inequality time bomb

Good policy is good investment. The only way to stop the inequality pandemic before it spreads further is through a radical reimagination of what constitutes good […]

The Great Reset: Leading for the common good

First, a look back at 2020. 2020 was unexpectedly a year of severe and multiple crises. We had and have a health crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic […]

CREATE is the only choice!

At the forthcoming legislature’s bicameral conference on corporate tax reform, it should only be a choice between CITIRA (House Bill 4157) and CREATE (Senate bill 1357). […]

Value resulting from the development of the covid-19 vaccine who benefits

Rebuilding by learning from the stories of others

Keep the Capitalism of the poor alive

Paramount Barriers in Inclusive Growth: Time to Act

Poverty remains scandalously high at a third of rural residents, almost 18 million out of total poor of 21.6 million in 2015.  The comparison is grim. […]

What China and India can teach PH about Agriculture

Senatorial Candidates: Where is the Poverty Reduction Agenda?

The “masa” elects the senators. No matter how large the taxes you pay, your vote is just one. The scandalously high poverty incidence in the Philippines […]

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