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Friday, February 25, 2005


House gives birth to 2-kids policy

When being Filipino is a plus

Customs destroys P13-M pirated DVDs

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Ricciardone twits Recto on P2-B visa revenue
US Ambassador to Manila Francis Ricciardone blasted the proposal to rechannel the P2-billion annual income of the US Embassy from Filipino visa applicants to the Philippine government coffers, saying it’s not Washington’s business to raise revenues for another state.
Our latest offering is a four-part series on smuggling in the Philippines. The series begins by giving an overview of the extent of the problem: the estimate of the revenues lost to smuggling range from P89 billion to P200 billion a year, enough to wipe out a big chunk of the budget deficit and to finance the building of thousands of schools and one million low-cost houses.


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