Different Regulatory Regimes
Being transnational allows you to benefit from different regulations. For instance, if your organization manufacturers a product that would be impractical to make in the United States, you may choose to manufacture it in another community where compliance costs are lower and then export it back to the U.S. On the other hand, if you have a product that isn't eligible for approval from U.S. regulators, you may be able to legally sell it in other countries.
Lower Labor Costs
Setting yourself up to operate on a transnational basis allows you to take advantage of lower cost of labor. Whether you're using a call center in the Philippines, doing software development in India or having garments sewn in Ethiopia, you can save by having your production done by an overseas subsidiary. With wages that are a fraction of what American workers get paid, working in these countries lets you maintain cost-competitive pricing while staying profitable.
Deeper Cultural Understanding
Whether or not you originally planned to be transnational, there's a chance that your company will end up doing business internationally whether by design or happenstance. While the Internet can give you foreign customers without you even realizing it, immigrant communities in the United States can also give you an international business experience right in your own backyard. Having locations in multiple countries gives your company the opportunity to directly and knowingly experience international business, along with the benefits of being sensitive to other cultures and styles of business. It may also give you the opportunity to recruit foreign talent to diversify your management team and general workforce.
The United States has a 35 percent corporate income tax rate. Transnational companies may be able to organize their company so that they earn profits in a subsidiary located in a foreign country with lower taxes while shifting expenses back to the United States. While this strategy is controversial, it is also legal if it has been set up properly and can lead to significant tax savings.
the National Capital Region, a lowland region consisting of 16 cities (Manila, Malabon, Makati, etc).
the region of Central Luzon or Region 3 including the provinces of Tarlac, Nueva Ecija, Pampangga, and Bulacan are lowlands.
Pangasinan, a province of Region 1 is also a lowland area.
Napayabong ang mayamang kultura ng mga katutubo sa Pilipinas sa pamamagitan ng pagtalakay nito sa mga estudyanteng Pilipino saan mang panig ng mundo at pagbukas ng mga ito sa publiko upang makita ng mga turista.