CABANBAN, Andrei Nathaniel D.

December 8, 2014

1.) Republic Act No. 7581 – “THE PRICE ACT”
Macroeconomic Objective:


2.) Republic Act No. 7916 – “SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE ACT OF 1995”
- It is the purpose, intent and objective of this Act:
a)To establish the legal framework and mechanisms for the integration,
coordination, planning
and monitoring of special economic zones, industrial
estates/parks, export processing zones and other economic zones;
b)To transform selected areas in the country into highly developed agro-industrial,
commercial, tourist, banking investment, and financial centers, where highly trained
workers and efficient services will be available to commercial enterprises;
c)To promote the flow of investors, both foreign and local, into special economic
zones which would generate employment opportunities and establish backward and
forward linkages among industries in and around the economic zones;
d)To stimulate the repatriation of Filipino capital by providing attractive climate and
incentives for business activity;
e)To promote financial and industrial cooperation between the Philippines and
industrialized countries through technology-intensive industries that will modernize
the country's industrial sector and improve productivity levels by utilizing new
technological and managerial know-how; and
f)To vest the special economic zones on certain areas thereof with the status of a
separate customs territory within the framework of the Constitution and the national
sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Philippines.
Macroeconomic Objective:


It is an act which aims to promote social justice and industrialization. 6657 – “CARP (Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program)” CARP. 6657 otherwise known as Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Law (CARL) signed by President Corazon C. or the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program. The legal basis for CARP is the Republic Act No. marketing assistance program. and technical support programs. Macroeconomic Objective: - HIGH LEVEL OF EMPLOYMENT LOW INVOLUNTARY UNEMPLOYMENT 4. 1988. Fails to disclose and file an incident of money laundering . Transacts or attempts to transact said monetary instrument or property 2.An act which defines the crime of money laundering and provides the penalties therefore and for other purposes. Performs or fails to perform any act as a result of which he facilitates the offense of money laundering 3. Aquino on June 10.3. It is committed by any person who knows that any monetary instrument or property represents. One of the major programs of CARP is Land Tenure Improvement. the department seeks to facilitate. involves or relates to the proceeds of any unlawful activity who 1. Money laundering is a crime whereby the proceeds of an unlawful activity are transacted. Furthermore.) Republic Act No. resolve cases and deliver Agrarian Justice. thereby making them appear to have originated from legitimate sources. irrespective of tenurial arrangement. credit assistance program. and for other purposes. is the redistribution of public and private agricultural lands to farmers and farm workers who are landless. which seeks to hasten distribution of lands to landless farmers. Similarly. the Department offers Support Services to the beneficiaries such as infrastructure facilities.) Republic Act No. CARP’s vision is to have an equitable land ownership with empowered agrarian reform beneficiaries who can effectively manage their economic and social development to have a better quality of life. providing the mechanism for its implementation. 9160 – “Anti Money Laundering Act of 2001” .

SECTION 1.Macroeconomic Objective: - PRICE-LEVEL STABILITY EXCHANGE RATE STABILITY 5) Presidential Decree No. presidential decrees and executive orders including new amendments thereto made in this Decree. to effectivity dates of the various laws. Codification of all Tariff and Customs Laws. are hereby consolidated into a single Code to be known as the Tariff and Customs Code of 1978 which shall form an integral part of this Decree. Macroeconomic Objective: - IMPORT AND EXPORT EQUILIBRIUM . however. Effectivity. SECTION 2.A DECREE TO CONSOLIDATE AND CODIFY ALL THE TARIFF AND CUSTOMS LAWS OF THE PHILIPPINES . that the tariff rates indicated in the previous executive orders are now hereby considered statutory rates. except those which have been reduced to the zero level. however. 1464– “Tariff and Customs Code of the Philippines” . decrees and executive orders which have so far amended the provisions of the Tariff and Customs Code of the Philippines: Provided. — The provisions of the Tariff and Customs Code of 1978 shall take effect immediately without prejudice. in which case the rates previous to the reduction will be considered the statutory rates. — All tariff and customs laws embodied in the present Tariff and Customs Code and various laws.