Guv, bizmen laud tax reform law; workers, militants raise concerns

WHILE local businessmen are optimistic that the newly-signed tax reform law will result to more infrastructure projects and spur further developments in the country, a labor group in Negros Occidental is apprehensive of its impact to the workers.

Frank Carbon, chief executive officer of Metro Bacolod Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MBCCI), said that more than the income tax exemption for workers earning P21,000 a month, what they are looking at is the billions of pesos that will be generated through the law.

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