Philippines

ONE of the world’s first popular government regulation was the Locomotive Act of 1865, also known as the Red Flag Act enacted in the United Kingdom.
Manila Times - yesterday
CEBU Landmasters, Inc. (CLI) said on Monday it generated P8.54 billion in reservation sales for full-year 2018, exceeding the P4.58 billion it registe
Manila Times - yesterday
PAYPAL is expanding its presence in the Philippines with the establishment of a global customer operations center in the National Capital Region, for
Manila Times - yesterday
HONG KONG-based finance advisory company Index-Asia has partnered with local financial consultancy firm UpSmart Strategy Consulting to help Philip
Manila Times - yesterday
HOMEGROWN logistics company Black Arrow Express and online payments firm Dragonpay have teamed up to offer cash-on-delivery (COD) services to Filipino
Manila Times - yesterday
A generation or two of Filipino children would gaze in wonder and amazement at how a box of shoes could drop from a square hole on the store ceiling c
Inquirer - 2 days ago
Hong Kong-based healthcare and beauty retailer Watsons will launch its first store in Việt Nam on January 17. The post Watsons to open first store i
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Learn with the experts. An affordable intensive workshop on various aspects of digital marketing is now offered in the Philippines. The 4th DIGITAL MA
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Global payments leader PayPal plans to hire over 1, 000 workers for its first global customer operations center in the Philippines.  The post Paypal
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New Zealand has been named the easiest place in the world to do business, followed by Singapore and Denmark, according to Doing Business 2019: Traini
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The Philippine real estate industry is forecast to maintain its growth and remain resilient in 2019. This is based on research and data gathered by in
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Financial regulators stressed the stability of the Philippine banking system amid uncertainty over how the bankruptcy of a Korean shipbuilder—the bi
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San Miguel Corp.’s P24.4-billion bulk water supply project in Bulacan is starting commercial operations today after its completion in December, acco
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The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) is poised to seal agreements with more international cell tower providers, its top
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Local rice producers have begun complaining about the steep decline in the farm-gate price of palay this year. The post Falling farm-gate price of pal
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The peso may slip back to the 54-to-$1 level in the next 12 months as a further increase in US interest rates and the lingering US-China trade woes ar
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Banks were among the worst performers last Friday, with the financials index falling by 2.5 percent, much worse than the Philippine Stock Exchange Ind
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After a strong start this year, the bulls are seen to take a break in the near term as investors reassess recent gains and digest the recent impact of
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The government has failed to meet its target net revenues from new or higher levies slapped under the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN
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Investment pledges under the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (Peza) suffered a 40.97-percent drop in 2018, its worst decline in new projects since
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