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Monthly Archives: May 2021

Foreign groups support drop in retail capital

by on May 27, 2021 0
The Joint Foreign Chambers (JFC) have expressed support for the lower minimum capitalization requirement for foreigners entering the domestic retail sector. In a joint statement on Wednesday, the business groups said they recently sent a letter to the House and Senate to support a version of the Retail Liberalization Act (RTLA) proposing the minimum... Read More

Senate passes SB 1840 to amend retail law

by on May 26, 2021 0
THE Senate approved at third and final reading a measure that aims to further ease the entry requirements for foreign retailers in the Philippines. By voting 20-0-0, the chamber, last week, on May 19, 2021, passed the Senate Bill (SB) 1840, aimed at amending the Law of the Republic (RA) 8762, also known as... Read More

Senate passes bill liberalizing retail trade

by on May 22, 2021 0
THE 24-member Senate unanimously approved at third and final reading a measure to further ease entry requirements for foreign retailers in the Philippines. The upper house on Wednesday passed the Senate Bill (SB) 1840, or a law to amend Republic Act (RA) 8762, also known as the “Retail Trade Liberalization Act (RTLA) ) of... Read More

Senate passes bill amending retail law

by on May 21, 2021 0
THE Senate unanimously approved at third and final reading a measure that aims to further ease the entry requirements for foreign retailers in the Philippines. The upper house passed Senate Bill (SB) 1840 on May 19, an act to amend Republic Act (RA) 8762, also known as the Retail Trade Liberalization Act (RTLA )... Read More

On retail liberalization | Business mirror

by on May 21, 2021 0
Looking at academic studies and literature from the 1990s, we see a growing push towards trade protectionism around the world. Perhaps in part because of the Asian financial crisis of 1997, countries became more concerned with not losing their economic growth and strength to other exporting countries. In fact, it was a rock-and-hard situation.... Read More

Ntisa unveils retail management solution for every small business – Nairametrics

by on May 20, 2021 0
Ntisa Limited, a cloud technology company that builds software applications for small businesses, today unveiled Ntisa, a retail management solution aimed at automating and eliminating the business record-keeping challenge that confronts them. most small business owners face. Speaking at the product unveiling event, Ifeanyi Amah, Founder and Chief Strategist of Ntisa limited revealed that... Read More

Retail sales fall 2.5%: Stats SA – SABC News

by on May 19, 2021 0
Figures from Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) show that retail sales declined 2.5% year-on-year in March 2021 compared to March 2020. The main negative contributor to this decline was general retailers. Stats SA notes that the largest negative annual growth rates were recorded for retailers of pharmaceutical and medical products, cosmetics and toiletries as... Read More

Retail negotiations resume | Border surveillance

by on May 12, 2021 0
REGULATED: Dave Foster, director of Foster’s Foodland, has been a long-time opponent of deregulated shopping hours and says allowing supermarkets to open 24 hours a day will shut down one of three Millicent supermarkets. ? By Raquel Mustillo TREASURER Rob Lucas has reignited the debate over the state’s “archaic, confusing and chaotic” store trade... Read More
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