Kinaray-a News: DTI nagpahayag kapuslanan kang  ‘P3’

  • May 20, 2017
  • Vicente W. Villavert

SAN JOSE, Antique, Mayo 20 (PIA6) - - Ang mga magagmay nga negosyante mahimo ron nga makapasanyug kang anda negosyo nga hilway sa paghugakum kang mga manugpautang sa  “5-6” nga sistema.
 
Suno  kay DTI Information Officer Joy Cardinal  ang gobyerno nakadihun kang programa para sa mga small businessmen kag dya ginatawag ‘Pondo para sa Pagbabago at Pag-asenso ukon  “P3” nga kon sa diin dya makatau kang kasarangan nga  micro-financing para sa  micro, small and medium enterprises.
 
“Amo dya ang  micro finance initiative ni  President Rodrigo Duterte,” pabutyag ni Cardinal  samtang ana ginapaathag ang mga importante nga detalye kang ‘P3’  sa panahon nga ginahiwat ang meeting kang  Antique Association of Information Officers nga gin-host kang local government kang  San Remigio, Antique.
 
Rudyan lang sa range kang P5,000 to P100,000 ang kantidad nga pwede mahuram kag dya  may  maximum interest rate lang  nga  2.5 percent  nga wara ron kinahanglanon pa ang collateral.
 
Ang loan  igapaagi sa micro finance institutions  nga iga-identify kang DTI, kag may ipahamtang man nga  program management office para dumarahan kag magbantay sa ‘P3’.
 
Samtang, sa press statement in  Presidential Spokesperson Ernie Abella, ginpabutyag na nga ang pangulohan nagapadayun nga nakatutuk sa pagdara kang katin-aran para sa tanan, ilabi ron gid sa mga ginakulabos sa kabuhi kag marginalized sector.
 
“Nakatigayun kita kang duru nga mga  pro-poor undertakings, parehas kang libre nga mga bulong sa mga imol, mataas nga pension sa mga mal-am,  increased combat duty pay kag  combat incentive pay para sa mga soldado kag kapulisan, dugang nga rice subsidy sa mga  conditional cash transfer recipients,  kag ang microfinancing system ukon pondo sa pagbabago at pag-asenso,  nga aton ron napatuman sa pira ka mga lugar,” pabutyag ni Secretary Abella. (JSC/VWV/PIA6 Antique)
 

 


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