Philippines vows to bring killer of Chinese man to justice

Philippines vows to bring killer of Chinese man to justice

"Our obligation is to bring them to justice pronto", Locsin said in his Twitter account.

Philippines Gaming regulator PAGCOR has moved to address concerns over the establishment of two dedicated gaming hubs to house Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) and their Chinese workers, claiming they are meant to protect those living inside. Kang was also found handcuffed. Unless opposition wants to thank Chinese triads. Deep pockets to line deep convictions. We go down this road of letting Chinese nationals be hurt, our people in China will pay.

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This was after a local news site reported about the vessel, adding that it was loaded with passengers of Chinese nationality. FAILURE TO BRING THE KILLER TO JUSTICE-like failure to off the cops who kidnapped a Korean, strangled & cremated him, flushed his ashes in a PNP toilet then demanded ransom from unwitting widow is sign of failed state.

The fourth agreement involves the segment of the Philippine National Railways South Long Haul Project, a 653-kilometer railway project that will run from Manila to Batangas, Laguna, Bicol and Sorsogon.

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Malacañang has expressed alarm over the incident and ordered the Philippine National Police to look into the incident and track down the supervisor of the victim. Lorenzana urged the Philippine government to ask the Beijing why Chinese research vessels and warships are entering Philippine exclusive economic zone (EEZ).

The embassy said offshore gaming operations in the Philippines have led to crimes and social problems in China.

Last week, the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) said it continues efforts to increase tax collections.

Mr. Panelo again urged foreign workers to report employers who violate Philippine laws.

"We are going to talk to their customs about a number of issues and one of them is going to be [about] cigarette making machines", Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez 3rd said.

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