Lary Nel B. Abao`s Philippine Presentation

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A presentation of the beauty of the Philippines to the Japanese students of Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine

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  • (Greet the audience) Allow me to present to you how RVAT affects the agriculture sector
  • For the agriculture sector, VAT has limited effect since agriculture and fishery products remain to be exempted from VAT. Most of the agricultural inputs at the production level even if petroleum-based such as fertilizers and pesticides are VAT-exempt as well as planting materials. Hence, all agriculture and marine products in their original state are exempted even if they have undergone simple processes of preparation and preservation.
  • For the agriculture sector, VAT has limited effect since agriculture and fishery products remain to be exempted from VAT. Most of the agricultural inputs at the production level even if petroleum-based such as fertilizers and pesticides are VAT-exempt as well as planting materials. Hence, all agriculture and marine products in their original state are exempted even if they have undergone simple processes of preparation and preservation.
  • For the agriculture sector, VAT has limited effect since agriculture and fishery products remain to be exempted from VAT. Most of the agricultural inputs at the production level even if petroleum-based such as fertilizers and pesticides are VAT-exempt as well as planting materials. Hence, all agriculture and marine products in their original state are exempted even if they have undergone simple processes of preparation and preservation.
  • For the agriculture sector, VAT has limited effect since agriculture and fishery products remain to be exempted from VAT. Most of the agricultural inputs at the production level even if petroleum-based such as fertilizers and pesticides are VAT-exempt as well as planting materials. Hence, all agriculture and marine products in their original state are exempted even if they have undergone simple processes of preparation and preservation.
  • Lary Nel B. Abao`s Philippine Presentation

    1. 1. Prepared by: Lary Nel B. Abao, MBA June 10, 2010 Wow, Philippines!
    2. 2. Figure 1. Map of Asia
    3. 3. Figure 2. Map of the Philippines
    4. 4. I. Basic Information <ul><li>Philippines has a land area of 300,000 sq. km. (or 117,187 sq. mi.);   </li></ul><ul><li>Consists of more than 7,107 islands, but majority of the population lives on just 11 of them; </li></ul><ul><li>Population is 92 million in 2005 with a population density of 307 persons/sq. km.; and </li></ul><ul><li>Life expectancy is 68 years for men and 72 years for women. </li></ul>
    5. 5. <ul><li>Major religion is Christianity with Roman Catholics composing about 82.9%; Protestants, 5.4%; Muslims, 4.6%; Philippine Independent Church, 2.6%; and Iglesia ni Cristo, 2.3%. </li></ul>II. Religion
    6. 6. III. Languages <ul><li>Officials languages are Tagalog and English; </li></ul><ul><li>180 dialects spoken in the Philippines which, include Cebuano, Ilokano, Hiligaynon, Waray, Kapampangan, Bikol, Pangasinan, Tausug, Maguindanao, Maranao, Kinaray-a, Chavacano, and Spanish; and </li></ul><ul><li>The 28-letter modern Filipino alphabet, adopted in 1987, is the official writing system. </li></ul>
    7. 7. IV. Means of Transportation Jeepney
    8. 8. IV. Means of Transportation Tricycle
    9. 9. V. Places of Interests Metro Manila
    10. 10. V. Places of Interests Intramuros, Manila
    11. 11. Corregidor Island V. Places of Interests
    12. 12. V. Places of Interests Vigan, Ilocos Sur
    13. 13. Places of Interests <ul><li>Baguio City </li></ul>V. Places of Interests
    14. 14. V. Places of Interests Sagada, Mountain Province
    15. 15. V. Places of Interests Banaue Rice Terraces, Ifugao
    16. 16. Places of Interests V. Places of Interests Hundred Islands, Pangasinan
    17. 17. <ul><li>Mayon Volcano, </li></ul><ul><li>Bicol </li></ul>V. Places of Interests
    18. 18. V. Places of Interests Boracay Island, Aklan
    19. 19. <ul><li>Bohol </li></ul>V. Places of Interests
    20. 20. <ul><li>Cebu </li></ul>V. Places of Interests
    21. 21. V. Places of Interests Palawan
    22. 22. VI. Cultures <ul><li>Ifugao Dance </li></ul>
    23. 23. <ul><li>Tinikling Dance </li></ul>VI. Cultures
    24. 24. Crispy Pata VII. Filipino Food Lechon Manok
    25. 25. VII. Filipino Food Lechon Baboy Pansit
    26. 26. VIII. Public Holidays for 2010 Labour Day May 3 Bataan Day (Araw ng Kagitingan) April 9 Good Friday April 2 Maundy Thursday April 1 EDSA Revolution Day February 24 New Year's Day January 1
    27. 27. VIII. Public Holidays for 2010 Independence Day June 12 Rizal Day December 30 Christmas Day December 25 Bonifacio Day November 30 All Saints' Day November 1 Eid Ul Fitr September 11 National Heroes' Day. August 29
    28. 28. IX. Popular Sports
    29. 29. IX. Popular Sports
    30. 30. X. My University
    31. 31. Occupation in the Philippines <ul><li>Bureau of Animal Industry </li></ul>XI. My Work in the Philippines
    32. 32. Occupation in the Philippines XI. My Work in the Philippines
    33. 33. XII. My Research in Obihiro University
    34. 34. XIII. Research Unit for Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases
    35. 35. Thank you very much! [email_address] [email_address] 090-1386-0219

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