A New Green Revolution: Green Bonds By Hemant M. Nandanpawar and Arielle Nicole R. Papa March 19, 2019

The Philippines’ GDP growth has maintained a relatively stable upward trend over the last decade. Regionally, the archipelago continues to outpace most of its neighbors

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How non-financial reports can tell your value creation story By Katrina F. Francisco March 11, 2019

Of late, a number of companies in the Philippines have been releasing non-financial reports, either called “Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)

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Revitalizing retirement, pensions and social security By Josef Pilger and Christian Lauron March 4, 2019

If we evolve our thinking about social security, pension, retirement and voluntary savings, could we deliver better socioeconomic outcomes for the Philippines

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Revitalizing retirement, pensions and social security By Josef Pilger and Christian Lauron February 26, 2019

If we evolve our thinking about social security, pension, retirement and voluntary savings, could we deliver better socio-economic

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Data is power: Using analytics for a Customs audit By Arlyn A. Sarmiento-Sy February 18, 2019

Our last four Suits the C-Suite articles have emphasized the need for importers to be audit-ready in the event that the Bureau of Customs (BoC)

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Dealing with common issues in a BoC Audit By Victor C. De Dios and Josephine Grace R. Sandoval February 11, 2019

When shipments are “cleared” at the border after payment of duties and taxes, importers often assume that the Bureau of Customs (BoC)

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To have and to hold: Customs import documents By Stephanie G. Vicente-Nava February 4, 2019

Many struggle to remember certain details, such as the phone numbers even of those close to them. This is due to the intrinsic limitation of human memory, or perhaps some

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