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Although his being selected as Time's Man of the Year in 1996 is undoubtedly a significant event in his life, I'm not convinced that the reader needs to see him on the cover of Time Magazine to understand this. In the articles other than his own I think it could be replaced with a free image of Ho, which is available. January (talk) 17:28, 5 January 2012 (UTC)Reply[reply]
discussion top It violates #1 of NFCC; it can be replaced with File:Argentine Football Association.svg, which is a free image on Commons; in fact, it's the exact same image, since User:Fma12 removed the CC-BY-SA license along with any hint of attribution to the creator of the SVG file, and uploaded it here. It violates #4; this is not an image that has been used by the AFA as their logo, instead being a copy in SVG. It violates rules on image resolution; it is over 1.5 megapixels as normally displayed, and is arbitrarily enlargeable. If it is not replaced with the Commons image, it needs to be replaced with an appropriately scaled raster copy of the AFA logo.--Prosfilaes (talk) 06:32, 11 April 2012 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Thanks for uploading File:Louisville Helmet.gif. I noticed the description page specifies that the media is being used under a claim of fair use, but its use in Wikipedia articles fails our first non-free content criterion in that it illustrates a subject for which a freely licensed media could reasonably be found or created that provides substantially the same information or which could be adequately covered with text alone. If you believe this media is not replaceable, please:
The Government of the Philippines (GPH) actively seeks foreign investment to promote economic development. The Philippine investment landscape has some noteworthy advantages, such as its free trade zones, including the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA). Certain industries have experienced impressive growth in recent years, especially those that leverage educated, English-speaking Philippine labor.
Philippine law also provides incentives for multinational enterprises to establish regional or area headquarters and regional operating headquarters in the Philippines (Omnibus Investment Code of 1987, as amended). Philippine law considers regional headquarters to be branches of multinational companies headquartered outside the Philippines that do not earn or derive income in the Philippines, but that act as supervisory, communications, or coordinating centers. Incentives for regional headquarters include: exemption from income tax; exemption from branch profits remittance tax; exemption from value-added tax; sale or lease of goods and property and rendition of services to the regional headquarters subject to zero percent value-added tax; exemption from all taxes, fees, or charges imposed by a local government unit (except real property taxes); value-added tax and duty-free importation of training and conference materials and equipment solely used for the headquarters functions.
Regional operating headquarters enjoy many of the same incentives as regional headquarters but, being income generating, are subject to the standard 12 percent value-added tax, applicable branch profits remittance tax, and a preferential ten percent corporate income tax. Privileges extended to foreign executives working at these operations include tax and duty-free importation of personal and household effects, and immigration benefits for executives. Eligible multinationals establishing regional operating headquarters must spend at least $200,000 yearly to cover operations.
Investments in any publicly-listed firm on the PSE are governed by foreign ownership ceilings stipulated in the Constitution and other laws. In 2010, the ten most actively-traded companies accounted for about 44 percent of trading value and 44 percent of domestic market capitalization. To encourage publicly-listed companies to widen their investor base, the PSE introduced reforms in 2006 to include trading activity and free float criteria in the selection of companies comprising the stock exchange index. The 30 companies included in the benchmark index are subject to review every six months. Hostile takeovers are not common because most company shares are not publicly listed and controlling interest tends to remain with a small group of parties. Cross-ownership and interlocking directorates among listed companies also lessen the likelihood of hostile takeovers.
Besides confronting direct competition from SOEs in some limited areas, the GPH has intervened to directly cap or control pricing in some additional private markets. In the wake of the 2009 typhoons, the Philippine government imposed temporary price controls on gasoline and a basket of basic goods and services. Under Philippine law, the President may freeze prices on basic goods and services for a period of 90 days under a state of emergency.
Arbitrary, unlawful, and extrajudicial killings by elements of the security services and political killings, including killings of journalists, by a variety of actors continued to be major problems. On May 10, 2010, approximately 75 percent of registered citizens voted in elections for president, both houses of congress, and provincial and local governments. The election was generally free and fair, but was marked by some violence and allegations of vote buying and electoral fraud. 041b061a72