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OFFICE VACANCIES following the departure of online gaming firms could be filled by expanding IT-Business Processing Manufacturing (IT-BPM) companies, making the industry a key barometer for a real estate recovery, Leechiu Property Consultants said in a report.
China-centric online casinos in the Philippines will incur more losses and more are expected to shut after a pandemic relief law imposed a new tax on the industry, a gaming authority official said.
By Denise A. Valdez, Senior Reporter THE DEMAND for office space in the country dropped 74% in the first six months of 2020 as Philippine...
TAX authorities will require Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) to settle their 5% franchise fee before they are cleared to resume operations, a finance department official said.
FOREIGN nationals working in Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) applying for a work permit will be required to submit proof that their company is allowed to operate by the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. (PAGCOR).
By Gillian M. Cortez, Reporter and Genshen L. Espedido THE LOCAL gaming regulator on Monday said offshore gaming operators in the country — mostly Chinese companies...
AN OPPOSITION senator urged the government of President Rodrigo R. Duterte to deport Chinese criminals with links to offshore gaming companies here and who bribed their way into the country.
THE President has asserted the government’s right to tax Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGO) should be taxed, rebuffing his own Solicitor General Jose C. Calida, who had stated that POGOs cannot be taxed.
CHINA has no authority to force the Philippines to ban online gambling involving Chinese nationals as part of its effort to crack down on a practice that supposedly causes illegal outflow of money, according to Philippine Ambassador to China Jose Santiago L. Sta. Romana.
THE Philippine military is looking at the security risks of Chinese-dominated online gaming operations in the capital, where gambling centers are very near military installations, Defense Secretary Delfin N. Lorenzana told The Chiefs segment on Cignal’s One News Channel.
THE GOVERNMENT is wielding another tool in its bid to better regulate Philippine offshore gaming operators (POGOs) — which are estimated to be costing the state an estimated P22.5 billion annually in foregone revenues due to untaxed foreign workers — encouraging such establishments to locate in hubs, the industry’s regulator said on Friday.
DEMAND from a growing number of Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators or POGOs for properties is invigorating the residential real estate market of Metro Manila.
DoubleDragon Properties Corp. unveiled on Monday, May 7, its flagship office and retail project in Metro Manila with majority of its tenants coming from...
DAVAO CITY — Megaworld Corp. is in discussions with offshore gaming operators who have expressed interest in locating at the Davao Finance Center, which...