Philippines

The local stock barometer slipped yesterday ahead of the long weekend break as volatile crude oil prices continued to curb investors’ risk-taking. T
Inquirer - one year ago
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III said the Duterte administration was looking forward to working closely with the China-initiated Asian Infrastru
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A SELF-MADE businessman who has earned a reputation for being “Cebu’s iron entrepreneur” has started to expand into real estate and tourism. Rey
Sunstar - one year ago
The newly created Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) yesterday rolled out its national broadband strategies in time for th
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The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has allowed the operator of the Manila North Harbor to increase cargo handling fees, which was sought to help cov
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On the day the Islamic State (IS)-inspired Maute terror group launched the Marawi City siege on May 23, most people thought stock-market prices would
Business Mirror - one year ago
In a country in political flux, investors have come to rely on a predictable central bank in the Philippines. Now, with Governor Amando M. Tetangco Jr
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Nationalist politicians come in many varieties, from blustering to downright scary, but most share a common flaw: They forget, or do not care enough,
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I BELIEVE that Manila can be a reflection of your state of mind. Being a city of extreme contrasts, it’s easy to see how it can become an intense pe
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THE Criterium du Dauphine has established itself as the final chance to test the legs ahead of the Tour de France. A prestigious event in it’s own r
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INCREASE the popularity of cycling in Senegal, organize mountain bike events to attract youngsters, find partners willing to invest in the sport. Mich
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THE US federal “whistle-blower” case against Lance Armstrong is set to go to trial in November, and Armstrong’s attorneys and those of the US go
Business Mirror - one year ago
FORMER International Cycling Union (UCI) President Hein Verbruggen has died at the age of 75. He passed away two weeks ago after battling leukemia. Th
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MERALCO Manila and Ceres Negros face separate foes today hoping to bounce back from a draw and a loss, respectively, in the Philippines Football Leagu
Business Mirror - one year ago
MABALACAT CITY -- Stressing the huge potential of the Philippine bamboo industry in socio-economic development and environmental protection, Senator L
Sunstar - one year ago
The local stock barometer slipped on Friday as volatile crude oil prices continued to curb investors’ risk-taking. The main-share Philippine Stock E
Inquirer - one year ago
FETE De La Musique, also simply known as Worldwide Music Day, is a music festival, which takes place in June each year. It occurs both annually and gl
Business Mirror - one year ago
Villar-led property developer Vista Land and Lifescapes Inc. (VLL) plans to bring to the property market P42 billion worth of real estate projects thi
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ANTIPOLO – Tony Lascuña put up a pair of three-birdie strings to close out both nines, hiking his lead to three shots over Jhonnel Ababa and Ira Al
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Gokongwei-led Robinsons Land Corp. has signed a deal with Thailand-based global hospitality group Dusit International to open a 271-room beachfront lu
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