Peza


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Peza

 

a river in Arkhangel’sk Oblast, RSFSR, a right tributary of the Mezen’ River. It is 363 km long and drains an area of 15,100 sq km. Originating in the Timan Range, it flows through a broad valley. The Peza is fed primarily by snow. The mean flow rate is approximately 130 cu m per sec, with a maximum of more than 2,500 cu m per sec. The river freezes in November, and the ice breaks up in the first half of May. The Peza is used for floating timber and is navigable during spring high water for a distance 300 or 320 km from the mouth. The basin contains many lakes.

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'The proposed amendments to Peza law went through rigorous consultations and acquired the support of various stakeholders who see it an opportune time to update the 24-year-old law in the current global context of competition of economic zones,' she said.
'It is about time the Peza charter be amended due to economic imperatives and to improve the operations of economic zones in the Philippines,' Plaza explained.
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Peza Director General Charito Plaza said they gave a copy of the proposal to Trade and Industry Secretary Ramon Lopez, who is Peza board chair.
It is the director general who filed it, not the Peza Board.
As such, Plaza has reiterated the agency's position for Malacanang to lift the moratorium on the approval of PEZA IT Centers/Parks located in Metro Manila.
As the proposed second package of the tax reform program or the Comprehensive Income Tax and Incentive Rationalization Act (CITIRA) bill would gradually lower the corporate income tax rate to 20 percent from 30 percent currently and change the incentives regime including removing the tax on GIE, the PEZA is pushing for keeping the incentive but raising its rate to a higher seven percent.
Among PEZAs accomplishments, include the establishment of a web-based electronic application for registrations system, where investors may log and send to PEZA their applications for registrations online leading to paperless transaction.
Citing the implementing rules and regulations of the Special Economic Zone Act, Plaza pointed out the Peza can suspend and revoke the business permit of a locator for failure to comply with the terms and conditions governing its incentives.