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THE Court of Tax Appeals affirmed the grant of tax credit certificate (TCC) to Ayala Corp. worth P127 million over its unutilized creditable withholding tax (CWT) for 2012 and 2013.
Seven pharmaceutical firms have expressed intention to conduct clinical trials for coronavirus vaccines in the country, Science and Technology Secretary Fortunato S. de la...
Jan Marsalek, dismissed board member and former chief operating officer of embattled German payment company Wirecard AG, went to the country in June before...
STATE volcanologists are closely monitoring Kanlaon Volcano on Negros island in central Philippines after it emitted white steam-laden plumes 200 meters into the sky.
THE forced shutdown of media giant ABS-CBN Corp.’s broadcast operations may hurt investor confidence in the Philippines at a time when investments are anticipated to drop amid the coronavirus crisis.
THE Office of the Solicitor-General (OSG) cautioned the National Telecommunication Commission (NTC) that it cannot grant provisional authority (PA) to media network ABS-CBN Corp. and its unit without their legislative franchises, which will expire on May 4.
JOHNSON & Johnson’s is developing a vaccine against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) that is expected to be available for emergency use in 2021.
THE Court of Tax Appeals (CTA) upheld its decision granting P166.7-million tax refund to Dole Food Co., Inc. (DFCI) over its erroneously paid capital gains tax.
THE Supreme Court (SC) asked ABS-CBN Corp. and its unit ABS-CBN Convergence, Inc. to comment on the petition of the state’s top lawyer to cancel the Lopez-led network’s franchise, as lawmakers stepped in to assert their authority over franchises.
JUSTICE Secretary Menardo I. Guevarra said Philippine billionaire Enrique K. Razon, Jr.’s buying of shares in the Ayala Corp. unit Manila Water Co., Inc. will have no effect in the revision of the water concessionaire’s allegedly onerous contract.
MEDIA company GMA Network , Inc. asked the Supreme Court to reverse the decision of the appellate court declaring more than 90 of its talents as regular employees.
SECRETARY Mark A. Villar of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DWPH) has expressed willingness to look into existing concession contracts for possible “onerous” provisions in line with President Rodrigo R. Duterte’s order.
THE SUPREME Court declined to investigate alleged vote rigging in three Mindanao provinces for the vice presidential race in 2016 until it has finished its recount in three other places where losing bet Ferdinand “Bongbong” E. Marcos. Jr. claims massive cheating occurred.
THE BUREAU of Immigration (BI) has denied Australian nun Sister Patricia Fox’s request for a missionary visa extension request due to the deportation order against her.
A TECHNICIAN, who advertises his services online, and his wife were nabbed for extortion by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) through an entrapment operation last Sept. 10.
MALACANANG ON Monday said former defense secretary Voltaire T. Gazmin may be held liable for usurpation of authority when he approved the amnesty for Senator Antonio F. Trillanes IV in 2011, which he himself recommended to then president Benigno S.C. Aquino III.
CHIEF JUSTICE Teresita Leonardo-De Castro on Monday called for “respect” from the other co-equal branches of government.
THE Court of Tax Appeals (CTA) has ruled against the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) which assessed Hard Rock Cafe (Makati City) Inc. (HRCM) a deficiency tax charge of over P22 million in 2012.
AUSTRALIAN missionary Patricia Fox will file at the Department of Justice (DoJ) on Monday a petition for review of the Bureau of Immigration’s (BI) deportation order against her.
THE Court of Tax Appeals (CTA) ruled in favor of taxpayers in disputed tax cases worth over P6.2 billion in 2017, the Supreme Court said.
ACTIVISTS AND FAMILIES of eight victims of the Philippines’ “war on drugs” filed a complaint on Tuesday with the International Criminal Court (ICC), a second petition accusing President Rodrigo R. Duterte of murder and crimes against humanity.
THE LEADER of the opposition in the Senate wants Chief Justice Teresita Leonardo De Castro to “inhibit (herself) from politically charged cases, as a way to address “questions, issues, and doubts” on her appointment over the weekend.
THE Court of Tax Appeals has granted a petition filed by Process Machinery Company, Inc. (PMCI) to set aside a value-added tax (VAT) deficiency assessed by the Bureau of Internal Revenue.
THE Court of Tax Appeals has ordered the Bureau of Internal Revenue to refund over P5.8 million to a data processing firm, partly granting the company’s petition for a refund of unutilized input Value-Added Tax (VAT).
A UNION of government employees yesterday asked the Supreme Court to reconsider its earlier denial of a union petition opposing the taxation of civil servants’ fringe benefits.
THE Court of Tax Appeals (CTA) has partially granted the petition of Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp. for a refund on excise tax erroneously collected on its jet fuel imports by the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR).
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