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THOSE involved in unregulated and illegal sand and gravel activities in Cebu Province can face up to P1 million in penalties, as well as have their vehicles impounded.This was announced by Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia on Thursday, March 7, 2024.She said she hopes this will deter frequent violators.In a live video posted by the social media arm of the Capitol’s Public Information Office, Garcia said the proposed amount is a “significant” increase from the current penalty for fifth-time offenders.She said the new penalties will be reflected in the Province’s amended Revenue Code.This will include a six-month suspension of permits for fourth-time offenders.On Thursday, the governor met with sand and gravel operators at the Capitol to inform them of the upcoming changes.Garcia said the Provincial Government has been observing and monitoring operators for about four years in which it has discovered patterns of suspicious and illegal activities.She said she has even come across operators who are frequent violators.“Kana man gud madakpan mo og kausa, sala na ninyo kay nagpadakop mo. Madakpan mo og kaduha, sa gihapon ninyo. Pero ig abot sa ika-upat, ikalima, sala na namo kay wala mi gihimo kay balik-balik na man, nahimo na man nga kustombre,” Garcia said.(It’s your fault for getting caught the first time around. The same goes for the second time. But when you are caught four or five times, then it becomes our fault for doing nothing to stop the practice, which has become your custom.)The governor said current penalty grades no longer deter illegal quarrying activities.“Dili na man kaayo sakit ang bayranan kay mas dako man ang kita sa ilegal (The penalty is outweighed by the big income from the illegal activity),” she said.She said operators have been earning significant profits by not complying with the Province’s policies, which include regulatory fees for businesses engaged in the industry.In the same meeting, Rodel Bontuyan, head of the Cebu Provincial Environmental and Natural Resources Office, said that most violations, aside from lack of documentary permits, were illegal excavation of sand and gravel from the riverbed, over-stockpiling of illegally sourced sands, and unaccounted quantity of extractedquarry materials.Garcia said the proposed adjusted penalties and fines will be endorsed to the Provincial Board for legislative action, and will be certified as urgent.She urged operators to cooperate with the Provincial Government, and warned them of repercussions.Section 198 of the Revenue Code of Cebu of 2008 imposes a fine of P10,000 for each of the following violations: illegal transport of quarry and mineral resources with invalid or without permit; extracting quarry or mineral resources outside of permit area; buying and selling of illegally sourced quarry and mineral resources; over-extraction; buying, selling, recycling and misuse of permits for transport, delivery and hauling; unaccredited processor, trader, hauler, dealer, or retailers of quarry materials; and obstructing authorities conducting lawful inspection of quarry materials.The Provincial Government also confiscates illegally sourced minerals or products.It also authorizes the municipal treasure or his representatives to conduct lawful inspections, impound vehicles, and seize illegally sourced materials.Meanwhile, Garcia acknowledged the contribution of the industry to the Capitol coffers, as it continues to increase from only P97 million in 2019 to P628 million in 2023.Bontuyan said that the Province collected P128 million in 2020, P303 million in 2021, and P396 million in 2022.Garcia said this helped fund various infrastructure projects, including opening and concreting of provincial and barangay roads.She said about 800 kilometers of provincial and barangay roads have already been widened and concreted, costing the Provincial Government more than P3 billion. / EHP Online Casino Philippines Guide Philippines PRESIDENT Ferdinand Marcos Jr. will bring home $4 billion, or P220 billion worth of investment deals from his visit to Germany.On Tuesday, March 12, 2024, the Department of Trade and Industry held the Philippine-Germany business forum in Berlin where eight different types of agreements, three letters of intent (LOI) from different German companies, two memoranda of agreement (MOA), and three memoranda of understanding (MOU), covering various sectors, were signed.The LOIs were for the development of a partner hospital to become a training center to support the training needs of other lower tier hospitals, Innovation Think Tank (ITT) hub and “spoke model” to address the strategic target of an inclusive innovation ecosystem in the Philippines, and for the strategic and digital partnership in healthcare with the Department of Health (DOH) with the goal of revolutionizing healthcare in the Philippines, ensuring safety, quality, accessibility and affordability.Through a memorandum of agreement the Philippine government and a German company will embark into a Public Private Partnership to rehabilitate, reclaim, and recultivate degraded farm lands in the Philippines, while another MOA is aimed at expanding potential collaborations in mobility solutions, software services, manufacturing, factory automation, logistics services, energy, security, safety systems for buildings, consumer appliances, and healthcare.Marcos also witnessed the signing of MOU for the establishment of fully integrated solar cell manufacturing facility in the country, manufacturing facility that will modify automobiles into high-end 1 of 1 version and armor protected cars, as well as manufacture military grade armored personnel carriers for the Asian market and data centers that will host a digital insurance platform that will serve the Philippines and Asean region as the group’s main expansion outside of the European Union.In his speech, Marcos expressed gratitude to the German business leaders for participating in the event.He touted the Philippines as the “best choice for investments,” as he reiterated his administration’s commitment to ensure efficient support to foreign investors through purposeful reforms of key legislative amendments.“Together with you as our strategic partner, we can make these investments happen in the Philippines. I invite esteemed German business leaders to continue to keep in mind the Philippines as a reliable partner that can support your market expansion and your operations,” he said.“We prioritize the ease of doing business, exemplified by efforts to simplify tax payments and to streamline regulations, showcasing our unwavering support for businesses,” he added.Marcos noted the amendments to the Public Service Act (PSA), Foreign Investments Act (FIA), Retail Trade Liberalization Act (RTLA), and Renewable Energy (RE) Act, which “mark a new era for strategic investments.”He added the streamlined business registration, infrastructure development and the Comprehensive Tax Reform Program (Create Act), which made the Philippines one of the fastest-growing economies in Asia.The President also highlighted other government efforts such as the overhaul of fiscal incentive structures and responsive policies and the public-private partnership (PPPs), which all play pivotal roles in promoting private sector participation.Marcos also cited the establishment of the Maharlika Investment Fund, “which underscores the government’s dedication to financing priority projects and driving socioeconomic impact.”The chief executive also said that the Philippines is turning to Germany to further foster strong business partnerships and collaboration particularly in renewable energy being European Union’s biggest economy both in Gross Domestic Products and population and a global force in technology and innovation.He said he is always elated by the interest of German companies to support the country’s commitment to sustainability and climate resiliency.“To further support these investments, we have put in place several energy transition policies including investment enablers designed to incentivize energy efficiency,” said Marcos.“We are also working on developing programs that will support and facilitate the efforts to decarbonize our economy. I have high hopes that we can welcome the opportunity for greater cooperation on climate change and energy transition,” he added.He noted that the Philippines is positioning itself as a regional hub for smart and sustainable manufacturing by attracting sustainability-driven strategic investments powered by renewable energy.Marcos said the country recognizes that there are complementarities to be explored in critical minerals, and it is open to having a dedicated dialogue with German companies on the sustainable processing of green metals to be supported by strong adherence to high labor and environmental standards.With the recent global challenges, the President underscored the dangers of limited sourcing, or concentrating supplies in a single country, as he urged for the urgent need to diversify production locations and explore alternative materials to de-risk and minimize disruptions in supply chains.“Moreover, the transition to a low-carbon or net-zero scenario has further propelled the de-risking trend,” Marcos said.“The Philippines and Germany both have aspirations for de-risked and diversified production and market value chains, which future-proofs our economies from the geo-political vagaries of our times,” he added.Marcos also expressed gratitude to the Filipino community in Berlin for their unwavering support as they contributed to the government’s efforts to secure foreign investments through their invaluable work.“You are the envoys, para kayong mga ambassador lahat ng ating kultura. You exemplify the values of family, faith, honesty, hard work, compassion, and solidarity wherever you go,” Marcos told the Filipino community gathering.“Your presence in host countries fosters, hindi lamang dito sa Germany kundi lahat ng ating mga kababayan na nagtatrabaho sa iba’t-ibang bansa at -- the host countries foster goodwill and understanding. It strengthens the bonds between our two nations. It enriches the global community,” he added.Marcos vowed that his administration will continue to work hard and match their contributions by reforms and programs under the “Bagong Pilipinas” agenda.Marcos was the first Philippine president to address German business leaders in 10 years, coinciding with the 70th anniversary of the Philippine-Germany diplomatic relations. (TPM/SunStar Philippines)

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PRESIDENT Ferdinand Marcos Jr. will bring home $4 billion, or P220 billion worth of investment deals from his visit to Germany.On Tuesday, March 12, 2024, the Department of Trade and Industry held the Philippine-Germany business forum in Berlin where eight different types of agreements, three letters of intent (LOI) from different German companies, two memoranda of agreement (MOA), and three memoranda of understanding (MOU), covering various sectors, were signed.The LOIs were for the development of a partner hospital to become a training center to support the training needs of other lower tier hospitals, Innovation Think Tank (ITT) hub and “spoke model” to address the strategic target of an inclusive innovation ecosystem in the Philippines, and for the strategic and digital partnership in healthcare with the Department of Health (DOH) with the goal of revolutionizing healthcare in the Philippines, ensuring safety, quality, accessibility and affordability.Through a memorandum of agreement the Philippine government and a German company will embark into a Public Private Partnership to rehabilitate, reclaim, and recultivate degraded farm lands in the Philippines, while another MOA is aimed at expanding potential collaborations in mobility solutions, software services, manufacturing, factory automation, logistics services, energy, security, safety systems for buildings, consumer appliances, and healthcare.Marcos also witnessed the signing of MOU for the establishment of fully integrated solar cell manufacturing facility in the country, manufacturing facility that will modify automobiles into high-end 1 of 1 version and armor protected cars, as well as manufacture military grade armored personnel carriers for the Asian market and data centers that will host a digital insurance platform that will serve the Philippines and Asean region as the group’s main expansion outside of the European Union.In his speech, Marcos expressed gratitude to the German business leaders for participating in the event.He touted the Philippines as the “best choice for investments,” as he reiterated his administration’s commitment to ensure efficient support to foreign investors through purposeful reforms of key legislative amendments.“Together with you as our strategic partner, we can make these investments happen in the Philippines. I invite esteemed German business leaders to continue to keep in mind the Philippines as a reliable partner that can support your market expansion and your operations,” he said.“We prioritize the ease of doing business, exemplified by efforts to simplify tax payments and to streamline regulations, showcasing our unwavering support for businesses,” he added.Marcos noted the amendments to the Public Service Act (PSA), Foreign Investments Act (FIA), Retail Trade Liberalization Act (RTLA), and Renewable Energy (RE) Act, which “mark a new era for strategic investments.”He added the streamlined business registration, infrastructure development and the Comprehensive Tax Reform Program (Create Act), which made the Philippines one of the fastest-growing economies in Asia.The President also highlighted other government efforts such as the overhaul of fiscal incentive structures and responsive policies and the public-private partnership (PPPs), which all play pivotal roles in promoting private sector participation.Marcos also cited the establishment of the Maharlika Investment Fund, “which underscores the government’s dedication to financing priority projects and driving socioeconomic impact.”The chief executive also said that the Philippines is turning to Germany to further foster strong business partnerships and collaboration particularly in renewable energy being European Union’s biggest economy both in Gross Domestic Products and population and a global force in technology and innovation.He said he is always elated by the interest of German companies to support the country’s commitment to sustainability and climate resiliency.“To further support these investments, we have put in place several energy transition policies including investment enablers designed to incentivize energy efficiency,” said Marcos.“We are also working on developing programs that will support and facilitate the efforts to decarbonize our economy. I have high hopes that we can welcome the opportunity for greater cooperation on climate change and energy transition,” he added.He noted that the Philippines is positioning itself as a regional hub for smart and sustainable manufacturing by attracting sustainability-driven strategic investments powered by renewable energy.Marcos said the country recognizes that there are complementarities to be explored in critical minerals, and it is open to having a dedicated dialogue with German companies on the sustainable processing of green metals to be supported by strong adherence to high labor and environmental standards.With the recent global challenges, the President underscored the dangers of limited sourcing, or concentrating supplies in a single country, as he urged for the urgent need to diversify production locations and explore alternative materials to de-risk and minimize disruptions in supply chains.“Moreover, the transition to a low-carbon or net-zero scenario has further propelled the de-risking trend,” Marcos said.“The Philippines and Germany both have aspirations for de-risked and diversified production and market value chains, which future-proofs our economies from the geo-political vagaries of our times,” he added.Marcos also expressed gratitude to the Filipino community in Berlin for their unwavering support as they contributed to the government’s efforts to secure foreign investments through their invaluable work.“You are the envoys, para kayong mga ambassador lahat ng ating kultura. You exemplify the values of family, faith, honesty, hard work, compassion, and solidarity wherever you go,” Marcos told the Filipino community gathering.“Your presence in host countries fosters, hindi lamang dito sa Germany kundi lahat ng ating mga kababayan na nagtatrabaho sa iba’t-ibang bansa at -- the host countries foster goodwill and understanding. It strengthens the bonds between our two nations. It enriches the global community,” he added.Marcos vowed that his administration will continue to work hard and match their contributions by reforms and programs under the “Bagong Pilipinas” agenda.Marcos was the first Philippine president to address German business leaders in 10 years, coinciding with the 70th anniversary of the Philippine-Germany diplomatic relations. (TPM/SunStar Philippines) Philippines Legal Online Slots Guide PRESIDENT Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has directed the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) and the Bureau of Aquatic Resources (BFAR) to maintain a “rational deployment” in the West Philippine Sea (WPS) as he maintained the country’s sovereignty in the area amid the continued presence of Chinese authorities in the disputed waters.In a media forum, PCG spokesman for WPS Commodore Jay Tarriela said Marcos made the order in line with the administration’s “Bagong Pilipinas” campaign.Tarriela said Chinese vessels continue their presence and dangerous maneuvers in Bajo de Masinloc, a traditional fishing ground for Filipinos particularly fishermen from Zambales, Pangasinan, and other coastal areas in the Northern Luzon.He said just recently, Chinese Coast Guard (CCG) vessels and People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy vessels were present in the area “to make sure that the southeast entrance of Bajo de Masinloc is well-guarded by putting floating barriers every time they monitored Philippine vessels nearby.”“These are the four Chinese maritime militia that we also documented who actively participated in blocking and also carrying out dangerous maneuvers to prevent the BFAR vessel in getting close to Bajo de Masinloc,” Tarriela said.“We experienced of course dangerous maneuver … and then shadowing not just from the PLA Navy but even from the Chinese Coast Guard and also the Chinese maritime militia. There is also participation from the Chinese maritime militia,” he added.Meanwhile, BFAR is continuously providing assistance to Filipino fishermen fishing in Bajo de Masinloc.BFAR spokesman Naz Briguera said 14,000 liters of diesel fuel, 60 liters of motor oil and other provisions were provided to 21 commercial fishing boats present in Bajo de Masinloc during their latest mission last week.He also belied reports that BFAR assets were driven away by the CCG patrolling the Philippine waters.“Katulad po ng nabanggit din sa pahayag ng National Security Council, wala pong katotohanan doon sa balitang naitaboy ng mga banyagang barko ng Tsina ang BRP Tamblot sa Bajo de Masinloc na lumaot upang magbigay po ng suporta sa mga mangingisdang kasalukuyang nangingisda sa lugar,” Briguera said.“Unang-una, hindi po dapat itinataboy ang barko ng Pilipinas sa katubigang legal na pag-aari ng bansa. Sa kabila po ng mga hamon, matagumpay po ang ginawang paglalayag ng BRP Tamblot at ang mga gawain nito ay ayon sa isinasaad ng ating batas at sumasakop na pandaigdigang batas katulad po ng UNCLOS,” he added.Briguera said they also received reports from Filipino fishermen in Bajo de Masinloc that Chinese authorities were deliberately damaging the areas through cyanide fishing so they will no longer visit there.He said China’s action is a clear violation to international laws.In September last year, the PCG noted “severe damage” in the marine environment and coral reef in some portions of the WPS allegedly done by China.China refuses to recognize the 2016 ruling of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, Netherlands which invalidates its claims in areas falling within the nine-dash line which is over 90 percent of the WPS and affirms the traditional and legitimate fishing rights of Filipino fishermen in the area.(SunStar Philippines)

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PRESIDENT Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has directed the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) and the Bureau of Aquatic Resources (BFAR) to maintain a “rational deployment” in the West Philippine Sea (WPS) as he maintained the country’s sovereignty in the area amid the continued presence of Chinese authorities in the disputed waters.In a media forum, PCG spokesman for WPS Commodore Jay Tarriela said Marcos made the order in line with the administration’s “Bagong Pilipinas” campaign.Tarriela said Chinese vessels continue their presence and dangerous maneuvers in Bajo de Masinloc, a traditional fishing ground for Filipinos particularly fishermen from Zambales, Pangasinan, and other coastal areas in the Northern Luzon.He said just recently, Chinese Coast Guard (CCG) vessels and People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy vessels were present in the area “to make sure that the southeast entrance of Bajo de Masinloc is well-guarded by putting floating barriers every time they monitored Philippine vessels nearby.”“These are the four Chinese maritime militia that we also documented who actively participated in blocking and also carrying out dangerous maneuvers to prevent the BFAR vessel in getting close to Bajo de Masinloc,” Tarriela said.“We experienced of course dangerous maneuver … and then shadowing not just from the PLA Navy but even from the Chinese Coast Guard and also the Chinese maritime militia. There is also participation from the Chinese maritime militia,” he added.Meanwhile, BFAR is continuously providing assistance to Filipino fishermen fishing in Bajo de Masinloc.BFAR spokesman Naz Briguera said 14,000 liters of diesel fuel, 60 liters of motor oil and other provisions were provided to 21 commercial fishing boats present in Bajo de Masinloc during their latest mission last week.He also belied reports that BFAR assets were driven away by the CCG patrolling the Philippine waters.“Katulad po ng nabanggit din sa pahayag ng National Security Council, wala pong katotohanan doon sa balitang naitaboy ng mga banyagang barko ng Tsina ang BRP Tamblot sa Bajo de Masinloc na lumaot upang magbigay po ng suporta sa mga mangingisdang kasalukuyang nangingisda sa lugar,” Briguera said.“Unang-una, hindi po dapat itinataboy ang barko ng Pilipinas sa katubigang legal na pag-aari ng bansa. Sa kabila po ng mga hamon, matagumpay po ang ginawang paglalayag ng BRP Tamblot at ang mga gawain nito ay ayon sa isinasaad ng ating batas at sumasakop na pandaigdigang batas katulad po ng UNCLOS,” he added.Briguera said they also received reports from Filipino fishermen in Bajo de Masinloc that Chinese authorities were deliberately damaging the areas through cyanide fishing so they will no longer visit there.He said China’s action is a clear violation to international laws.In September last year, the PCG noted “severe damage” in the marine environment and coral reef in some portions of the WPS allegedly done by China.China refuses to recognize the 2016 ruling of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, Netherlands which invalidates its claims in areas falling within the nine-dash line which is over 90 percent of the WPS and affirms the traditional and legitimate fishing rights of Filipino fishermen in the area.(SunStar Philippines) Philippines Legal Online Slots Guide THOSE involved in unregulated and illegal sand and gravel activities in Cebu Province can face up to P1 million in penalties, as well as have their vehicles impounded.This was announced by Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia on Thursday, March 7, 2024.She said she hopes this will deter frequent violators.In a live video posted by the social media arm of the Capitol’s Public Information Office, Garcia said the proposed amount is a “significant” increase from the current penalty for fifth-time offenders.She said the new penalties will be reflected in the Province’s amended Revenue Code.This will include a six-month suspension of permits for fourth-time offenders.On Thursday, the governor met with sand and gravel operators at the Capitol to inform them of the upcoming changes.Garcia said the Provincial Government has been observing and monitoring operators for about four years in which it has discovered patterns of suspicious and illegal activities.She said she has even come across operators who are frequent violators.“Kana man gud madakpan mo og kausa, sala na ninyo kay nagpadakop mo. Madakpan mo og kaduha, sa gihapon ninyo. Pero ig abot sa ika-upat, ikalima, sala na namo kay wala mi gihimo kay balik-balik na man, nahimo na man nga kustombre,” Garcia said.(It’s your fault for getting caught the first time around. The same goes for the second time. But when you are caught four or five times, then it becomes our fault for doing nothing to stop the practice, which has become your custom.)The governor said current penalty grades no longer deter illegal quarrying activities.“Dili na man kaayo sakit ang bayranan kay mas dako man ang kita sa ilegal (The penalty is outweighed by the big income from the illegal activity),” she said.She said operators have been earning significant profits by not complying with the Province’s policies, which include regulatory fees for businesses engaged in the industry.In the same meeting, Rodel Bontuyan, head of the Cebu Provincial Environmental and Natural Resources Office, said that most violations, aside from lack of documentary permits, were illegal excavation of sand and gravel from the riverbed, over-stockpiling of illegally sourced sands, and unaccounted quantity of extractedquarry materials.Garcia said the proposed adjusted penalties and fines will be endorsed to the Provincial Board for legislative action, and will be certified as urgent.She urged operators to cooperate with the Provincial Government, and warned them of repercussions.Section 198 of the Revenue Code of Cebu of 2008 imposes a fine of P10,000 for each of the following violations: illegal transport of quarry and mineral resources with invalid or without permit; extracting quarry or mineral resources outside of permit area; buying and selling of illegally sourced quarry and mineral resources; over-extraction; buying, selling, recycling and misuse of permits for transport, delivery and hauling; unaccredited processor, trader, hauler, dealer, or retailers of quarry materials; and obstructing authorities conducting lawful inspection of quarry materials.The Provincial Government also confiscates illegally sourced minerals or products.It also authorizes the municipal treasure or his representatives to conduct lawful inspections, impound vehicles, and seize illegally sourced materials.Meanwhile, Garcia acknowledged the contribution of the industry to the Capitol coffers, as it continues to increase from only P97 million in 2019 to P628 million in 2023.Bontuyan said that the Province collected P128 million in 2020, P303 million in 2021, and P396 million in 2022.Garcia said this helped fund various infrastructure projects, including opening and concreting of provincial and barangay roads.She said about 800 kilometers of provincial and barangay roads have already been widened and concreted, costing the Provincial Government more than P3 billion. / EHP

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THOSE involved in unregulated and illegal sand and gravel activities in Cebu Province can face up to P1 million in penalties, as well as have their vehicles impounded.This was announced by Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia on Thursday, March 7, 2024.She said she hopes this will deter frequent violators.In a live video posted by the social media arm of the Capitol’s Public Information Office, Garcia said the proposed amount is a “significant” increase from the current penalty for fifth-time offenders.She said the new penalties will be reflected in the Province’s amended Revenue Code.This will include a six-month suspension of permits for fourth-time offenders.On Thursday, the governor met with sand and gravel operators at the Capitol to inform them of the upcoming changes.Garcia said the Provincial Government has been observing and monitoring operators for about four years in which it has discovered patterns of suspicious and illegal activities.She said she has even come across operators who are frequent violators.“Kana man gud madakpan mo og kausa, sala na ninyo kay nagpadakop mo. Madakpan mo og kaduha, sa gihapon ninyo. Pero ig abot sa ika-upat, ikalima, sala na namo kay wala mi gihimo kay balik-balik na man, nahimo na man nga kustombre,” Garcia said.(It’s your fault for getting caught the first time around. The same goes for the second time. But when you are caught four or five times, then it becomes our fault for doing nothing to stop the practice, which has become your custom.)The governor said current penalty grades no longer deter illegal quarrying activities.“Dili na man kaayo sakit ang bayranan kay mas dako man ang kita sa ilegal (The penalty is outweighed by the big income from the illegal activity),” she said.She said operators have been earning significant profits by not complying with the Province’s policies, which include regulatory fees for businesses engaged in the industry.In the same meeting, Rodel Bontuyan, head of the Cebu Provincial Environmental and Natural Resources Office, said that most violations, aside from lack of documentary permits, were illegal excavation of sand and gravel from the riverbed, over-stockpiling of illegally sourced sands, and unaccounted quantity of extractedquarry materials.Garcia said the proposed adjusted penalties and fines will be endorsed to the Provincial Board for legislative action, and will be certified as urgent.She urged operators to cooperate with the Provincial Government, and warned them of repercussions.Section 198 of the Revenue Code of Cebu of 2008 imposes a fine of P10,000 for each of the following violations: illegal transport of quarry and mineral resources with invalid or without permit; extracting quarry or mineral resources outside of permit area; buying and selling of illegally sourced quarry and mineral resources; over-extraction; buying, selling, recycling and misuse of permits for transport, delivery and hauling; unaccredited processor, trader, hauler, dealer, or retailers of quarry materials; and obstructing authorities conducting lawful inspection of quarry materials.The Provincial Government also confiscates illegally sourced minerals or products.It also authorizes the municipal treasure or his representatives to conduct lawful inspections, impound vehicles, and seize illegally sourced materials.Meanwhile, Garcia acknowledged the contribution of the industry to the Capitol coffers, as it continues to increase from only P97 million in 2019 to P628 million in 2023.Bontuyan said that the Province collected P128 million in 2020, P303 million in 2021, and P396 million in 2022.Garcia said this helped fund various infrastructure projects, including opening and concreting of provincial and barangay roads.She said about 800 kilometers of provincial and barangay roads have already been widened and concreted, costing the Provincial Government more than P3 billion. / EHP, BingoPlus casino games are available to play on any mobile device. The high tech embedded in the platform allows players to enjoy the same user-friendly interface. check the following table to see what categories most online casinos in the Philippines fit in.

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You exemplify the values of family, faith, honesty, hard work, compassion, and solidarity wherever you go,” Marcos told the Filipino community gathering.“Your presence in host countries fosters, hindi lamang dito sa Germany kundi lahat ng ating mga kababayan na nagtatrabaho sa iba’t-ibang bansa at -- the host countries foster goodwill and understanding. It strengthens the bonds between our two nations. It enriches the global community,” he added.Marcos vowed that his administration will continue to work hard and match their contributions by reforms and programs under the “Bagong Pilipinas” agenda.Marcos was the first Philippine president to address German business leaders in 10 years, coinciding with the 70th anniversary of the Philippine-Germany diplomatic relations. (TPM/SunStar Philippines) Online Casino Philippines Guide

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