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  1. Join Date
    Sep 2010
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    ang lotech kasi ng gobyerno mag distribute ng SAP

    cash wtf

    just make everyone download gcash or paymaya doon ipasok ang SAP

    stores... pati mga tindera sa palengke... will be forced to accept payment via apps

    gov't should use this crisis as an opportunity to pull (more like force) the masses into digital payment

    para di iwan ang Pinas
    Yung distribution ng SAP 2nd tranche dito sa area namin thru GCash na. Ang problema, may mga nakausap ako na ang cellphone ay de keypad pa (mostly mga construction workers, drivers, pahinante).

    Pero kaya naman ma in-cash kahit de keypad ang cellphone. Pipila lang sila sa mga remittance center which according to them, 1 to 2 hours na pila since madaming pinoy ang hindi marunong gumamit ng Gcash/Paymaya at mas prefer nila na ma in-cash yung SAP.

  2. Join Date
    Nov 2005
    yes of course the masses prefer cash so kailangan sila pilitin gumamit ng digital and this crisis is the perfect opportunity

    ung parang "kung gusto niyo ng SAP, eto gawin niyo... kung ayaw sorry"

    you force the masses into the 21st century

    diba sabi madami pinoy "unbanked"

    now is the time to get them banked kahit gcash/paymaya account lang

    di pwede forever dinosaur na colorum

  3. Join Date
    Oct 2002
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    as long as businesses haven't recovered yet

    during ECQ diba meron SSS SBWS na 16,000 per employee (2 P8000 tranches)

    parang ganun pero tuloy tuloy

    imagine a business that's open daily pero ung kita kulang pa sa pang sweldo, bayad ng upa, bayad sa kuryente etc

    sigurado mag decide ang may ari isara nalang

    pero pag nakakatanggap siya ng pera galing sa gobyerno at least maiwasan ung pagsara
    So how much per businesses? Saan nila i-bases yun amount na ibibigay?

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  4. Join Date
    Mar 2006
    ^ matagal na lumapit iyong kaibigan ko na may hostel sa dof (sbws program) and sa dole and ang sabi wala daw silang pera na.

    puro press release lang ang foofoo

  5. Join Date
    Nov 2005
    Quote Originally Posted by shadow View Post
    So how much per businesses? Saan nila i-bases yun amount na ibibigay?

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    SSS has info naman on companies -- size ng business, number of employees

    during ECQ companies that applied for SBWS and qualified... bawat empleyado nakatanggap ng P16,000 in 2 tranches

    meron na sistema in place

    all they have to do is continue it


    all i'm saying is the gov't has to spend a lot of money during this crisis

    the private sector is tapped out... wala na... di na pwede umasa sa mga taipan...

    trilyon ang kailangan hindi bilyon

    wala ibang entity sa Pinas na may kakayahan gumastos ng trilyon kundi ang gobyerno
    Last edited by uls; August 9th, 2020 at 06:42 PM.

  6. Join Date
    Sep 2003
    Sukli lang ilalabas for economy recovery...

    IBON Foundation: Gov’t’s ‘incompetent, slow’ COVID response to blame for economic collapse – Bilyonaryo

    “As it is, the economic managers are only willing to support a P140 billion Bayanihan 2 package which is barely 0.7% of the gross domestic product…The government refuses to give any more financial assistance to poor households. Instead they keep on harping about creditworthiness and their ever more irrelevant Build, Build, Build infrastructure offensive,” IBON Foundation said.

    The think tank said around 14 million Filipinos were unemployed April. Adding the underemployed or those with jobs but not at work would bring the number of Filipinos that are jobless and with lower incomes to as much as 27 million, it said.

    “At the rate we’re going and with such a tepid government response, it may take the economy two years or more to even just get back to where it was before the pandemic. That was not even a good place to begin with,” IBON Foundation said.

  7. Join Date
    Jul 2008
    Similar opinion from another economist.

    [ANALYSIS] End of growth: How the pandemic ruined PH economy beyond recognition

    For some reason the economic managers, led by Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III, are being overly, unreasonably stingy. Using a boxing analogy, Secretary Dominguez claimed during a joint briefing on August 6 that the country must “conserve” resources for the upcoming “rounds” of economic recovery.

    But this fiscal conservatism is grossly misplaced. It will put us in more trouble.

    The more businesses we allow to die and the more workers we allow to be laid off, the longer it will take for our economy to bounce back.

    It’s bad enough that the Duterte government failed to contain the virus early on. It’s worse that government officials, safe and secure in their own lifeboats, are unwilling to throw life preservers out to all the Filipinos who’ve been cast into the sea.

  8. Join Date
    Nov 2005
    i was asking where the stimulus is

    looks like they're still discussing it

    and while they're discussing, many businesses that are still open are running on vapor...

    good luck Philippines

  9. Join Date
    Oct 2002
    Akala ko ko ₱990B ang stimulus package na budget nila?

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  10. Join Date
    Nov 2005
    in other words the Bangko Sentral has done its part

    now it's the government's turn

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