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Our blog section features original articles on finance, foreign investments, industry updates, entrepreneurship, and other business topics for people who want to gain knowledge on the Philippines’ business environment and economic profile.

Our articles also provide valuable insights on best practices in doing business in the Philippines for local and foreign entrepreneurs looking to set up operations in the country.

Call Centers and BPOs
Philippines vs. Malaysia: Call Centers and BPOs

Malaysia and Philippines are two of the top four offshore countries in Asia together with India and China. As the BPO industry progress, the first two countries are battling neck to neck in striving to achieve a higher global market share. Both the Philippines and Malaysia are experiencing unprecedented growth rate and revenue. Call center companies are booming in both countries and are expanding quickly.

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SVEG Boosts Philippine Business Industry, Creates Job Opportunities

As the Philippine IT-BPO Industry expands, foreign investors continue to inject capital and resources into the economy, resulting in job creation for the local work force. A key to this unprecedented growth is the recently developed SVEG, short for Special Visa for Employment Generation, a non-immigrant visa which is enabling foreigners to create business opportunities in the Philippine market.

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Commercial Lease Agreements

One sided lease agreements in the Philippines are the rule of thumb and don’t imagine for a second that they are in favor of the lessee. Maybe it is because the lessors are paying the legal fees. Foreigners are often shocked by the commercial and legal terms and conditions used in lease contracts in the Philippines.

Restrictions on Foreign Ownership of Land in Philippines
Life, Liberty, and Land: Restrictions on Foreign Ownership of Land in PH

It’s said that “a true free market economy is an economy in which all resources are owned by individuals, and in which decisions about the allocation of those resources are made by individuals without government intervention”. The laissez-faire doctrine maintains that “private initiative and production are best allowed to roam free, opposing economic interventionism and taxation by the state beyond that which is perceived to be necessary to maintain individual liberty, peace, security, and property rights”.

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