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PAMPUBLIKONG KORPORASYON

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PAMPUBLIKONG KORPORASYON
PAMPUBLIKONG KORPORASYON
Haliimbawa ng mga GOCC
LAND BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES
Land Bank of the Philippines (Filipino: Bangko sa Lupa ng Pilipinas), (Spanish: Banco Hipotecario de Filipinas") also known as LANDBANK or by its initials, LBP, is a universal bank in the Philippines owned by the Philippine government with a special focus on serving the needs of farmers and fishermen. While it provides the services of a universal bank, it is officially classified as a "specialized government bank" with a universal banking license.
Land Bank is the fourth largest bank in the Philippines in terms of assets and is the largest government-owned bank. It is also one of the biggest government owned and controlled corporations in the Philippines.
Unlike most Philippine banks, Land Bank has an extensive rural branch network with 324 branches. It services many rural sector clients in areas where banking is either limited to rural banks or is non-existent.
MGA KORPORASYONG MULTINASYONAL
Ito ay mga korporasyong may mga sangay sa ibang bansa.
Halimbawa ng mga ito ay mga korporasyon katulad ng Jollibee at Bench.
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL OIL COMPANY
The Philippine National Oil Company (PNOC) was created on November 9, 1973 as a government-owned corporation under Presidential Decree No. 334, to provide and maintain an adequate and stable supply of oil in the Philippines. Since then, its charter has been amended several times to include exploration, exploitation and development of all energy resources in the country.
NASYONALISMO AT PAGSASAPRIBADO
Para maiwasan ang mababang uri at kalidad ng produkto at tuloy maganyak ang kompetisyon sa bansa
The National Power Corporation (Filipino: Pambansang Korporasyon sa Elektrisidad, also known as the NPC, Napocor or National Power), is a government-owned and controlled corporation that used to be the largest provider and generator of electricity in the Philippines. It was also the principal power provider for Manila Electric, the only power distributor in the Metro Manila area.
Napocor used to be the country's largest corporation in terms of revenue. Profitability however is a main concern because it is now in the business of missionary electrification that provides electricity to far-flung, off-grid remote areas and islands at subsidized rates.[1] As a government owned and controlled corporation, Napocor is subject to the scrutiny of the Commission on Audit (COA) and the Governance Commission for Government Owned and Controlled Corporations (GCG).
MGA SULIRANIN:
Pagkalugi ng pampublikong korporasyon
Lumalaking gastusin ng operasyon ng mga pampublikong korporasyon na pinalala pa ng hindi magandang takbo ng ekonomiya.
Hindi angkop na sistema ng pamamalakad.
Lumalalang katiwalian sa iba't ibang antas, lawak at anyo.
DBP services various sectors of Philippine society, from farmers to businessmen. Although the Philippines has an economy largely dependent on agriculture, something that Landbank addresses, DBP aims for national development through financing the various businesses and economic sectors that keep the Philippine economy afloat. Like Landbank, it provides the services of a regular universal bank; however, it is officially classified as a "specialized government bank" with a universal banking license.
ARALIN 29
ned-and-Controlled Corporation)
Malaking tulong ang mga pampublikong korporasyon sa paglikha ng trabaho para sa maraming mamamayan sa bansa.
Napakahalaga rin ng papel ng mga pampublikong korporasyon sa pagpapalago ng kapital ng pamahalaan lalo sa mga bansang papaunlad pa lamang tulad ng Pilipinas.
Mahalaga ang papel ng mga pampublikong korporasyon sa ekonomiya ng mga papaunlad na bansa. Sa Pilipinas, karaniwang pumapasok ang mga pampublikong korporasyon sa sektor ng serbisyo tulad ng elektrisidad, tubig at transportasyon.
DEVELOPMENT BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES
PHILIPPINE AMUSEMENT AND GAMING CORPORATION (PAGCOR)
Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) is the Philippines 1st largest contributor of revenue after the Tax and Customs Authority. It is a government owned and controlled corporation first established in by Presidential Decree 1067-A[1] and entered itself in a contract with Philippine Casino Operators Corporation (PCOC) in operating the floating casino in the Manila Bay in 1977. However, gutted by fire in 1979, for which reason, PAGCOR shifted its operations to land-based casinos and entered into another contract with PCOC for the management of a casino at the Provident International and Resources Corporation (PIRC) building on Imelda Avenue, Paranaque City, [Metro Manila], Philippines.[2] Then under the Presidential Decree 1869 in 1983, it was mandated as the sole government corporation to conduct and establish gaming pools and casinos.
NATIONAL POWER CORPORATION
GROUP 4
THE END :D

GROUP 4
Leader: Ram Niño Amodia
Members: Shaira Mae Rocamora
John Carl Saducas
Zaira Clear Idulsa
Marjerry Ompad
Kristiakim Mandabon
Deanne Dael
Ahrian Taghoy
Chito Amistad
Cyndi Pearl Ramirez
Tinatawag ding GOCC (Government-Ow
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