CEBU, Philippines — To make Cebu City more business-accommodating, civic chairman choose Edgardo Labella will ask the approaching City Council to pass a statute that would stretch out to two years the legitimacy of the business license here.
At present, a business grant is substantial for one year and entrepreneurs need to recharge the license each January.
"One of the primary things that I will solicit from the individuals from the Sanggunian Panlungsod is to pass an enactment that the preparing of business grants will be done just like clockwork since we need to make a business-accommodating climate," Labella told journalists.
This year, the city evaluated an aggregate of 32,869 foundations, a number higher than a year ago's 30,828. The City Treasurer's Office gathered P1.2 billion from 32,000 organizations inside the 18-day recharging period in January.
The city will force a two-percent intrigue every month and 25 percent extra charge, and different punishments, to the individuals who neglect to reestablish their license inside 18 days.
Labella elucidated that he needs the license substantial for a long time however entrepreneurs should keep making good on government obligations consistently.
"Obviously, they will make good on their business government obligation yearly however the preparing of the business licenses will be at one time at regular intervals na para nga dii kaayo sila mama load. It needs a statute for that reason," he said.
"I will solicit the individuals from the City Council para atong mga businesspeople will have the feeling that our city is business agreeable kay ako man gud nakita kada tuig nga maghuot gyud ang mga tao just to get a city hall leader's grant or business license," he included.
One of the returning councilors, Sisinio Andales, said he will investigate Labella's proposition.
Andales said he will bolster the proposition on the off chance that it will serve the citizens best.
"It needs formal review to hear the assumptions of the partners and to adjust the focal points and burdens of the said measure," Andales