PROPOSED MARINA MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR ON THE REVISED SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES
Pursuant to the provision of Presidential Decree No. 474 the Public Service Act; Executive Order No. 125, as amended; Executive Order No. 292 (Administrative Code of 1987) Republic Act No. 10651, the General Provisions of the General Appropriations Act; Executive Order No. 197, s. 2000; and DOF-DBM-NEDA Joint Circular No. 1-2013,the Maritime Industry Board approved on ___ of _________ 2015 the Management’s recommendation on a revised schedule of fees and charges ...
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