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WARNING: FAKE MONEY ON THE LOOSE

  In view of the amount of fake paper bills circulating in the economy, PAGASA sends this advisory on how to tell what is fake from what is real:  

Micro Enterprise Conference

In behalf of PAGASA Member-stores, STC was invited to join a panel of Resource People at the 2-day Conference Called ME Naman.  Organized by Pinoy ME (Micro Enterprise) under the Ninoy Cory Aquino Foundation, the program intends to empower ME's.  Pictures show the Market Encounter Session where ME's present to supermarket, native stores and Filipino Store operators their food products, crafts and wares. ME Naman was held from 23-24 Feb. 2012 at the Landbank Bldg. in Malate, Manila.

1st NPCC Meeting for 2012

 PAGASA Pres. Steven Cua attends the 1 st Meeting of the National Price Coordinating Council for 2012 where  inflation is tame and prices are steady. Heading this Meeting are Dept. of Trade & Industry Sec. Gregory Domingo and Undersecretary Zenaida Maglaya.  Beside Domingo is Oil Price Watch head Raul Concepcion and Dep. Sec. Gen. Margarita Songco of the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA). Representatives both from the public and private sector meet at these meetings to monitor prices of all commodities and settle issues to mitigate unnecessary increases.

Digital Coupons for PAGASA Stores

STC meets with Andrian Lee (R) and John Cornejo to discuss PAGASA's involvement with Pwede Online Coupons>a first in the Philippines.

Culpability, Penalties, Sanctions on Violations

STC gestures as he makes a point at a Consultative Meeting called by the Department of Trade & Industry regarding Culpability/Penalties/Sanctions on Violations committed by Manufacturers/Distributors/ Dealers/Retailers stemming from Customer Complaints.

The Modern Trade in the Philippines

PAGASA's Pres. Steven T. Cua being interviewed by the staff of Coca Cola Phils. for a segment being prepared by the Company for a presentation at their Head Office in Atlanta.  STC represented the Modern Trade in behalf of the Philippines for said presentation.