P12-b cash dividend

P12-b cash dividend, Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp., PAGCOR, National Treasury, coronavirus disease 2019, COVID-19

State-run Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. releases P12 billion in cash dividends to the National Treasury to help cushion the economic impact of the coronavirus disease 2019 in the country. The amount is P5.67 billion higher than the P6.33-billion dividends the agency is required to remit based on its 2019 financial report. PAGCOR’s Fund Management Department senior manager May Pineda (right) turns over the check to Bureau of Treasury officer-in-charge director Eduardo Anthony Marino (third from left). With them are (from left) Treasury operations officer I Rebecca Gan and collecting officer Purita Belgica.

Topics: P12-b cash dividend , Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. , PAGCOR , National Treasury , coronavirus disease 2019 , COVID-19

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