Philippines

The local stock barometer slipped for the fifth session in a row in thin trade on Tuesday as foreign funds continued to flow out of the market after t
Inquirer - 23 hours ago
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The window for negotiations on how much longer Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) will remain the country’s main gateway has been
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The Finance department is urging the House of Representatives to pass tax reforms focused on lowering corporate taxes and modernizing fiscal incentive
Manila Times - yesterday
The stock market dropped for a fifth straight session on Tuesday with analysts pointing to the lack of fresh leads to spur investors. The bellwether P
Manila Times - yesterday
Lower interconnection charges will benefit both consumers and telcos but more needs to be done to improve the outlook for the Philippine telecommunica
Manila Times - yesterday
Consumers should expect to pay more for electricity after the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) approved a higher feed-in tariff allowance (FiT-All),
Manila Times - yesterday
The P51.9-billion Mindanao-Visayas Interconnection Project (MVIP) has been certified as an energy project of national significance (EPNS), the first t
Manila Times - yesterday
LEPANTO Consolidated Mining Co. (LCM) reported in a general information sheet (GIS) its authorized capital stock stood at 66.4 billion LCM common shar
Manila Times - yesterday
TWENTY-ONE Asian trading companies on Tuesday vied to supply the National Food Authority (NFA) with rice to boost its stock of the staple for the comi
Manila Times - yesterday
  As much as we hate and avoid pain, it pushes us to innovate. When things aren’t going our way and we, or our loved ones, are hurt by circumstance
Manila Times - yesterday
AT least P10 billion is needed to further develop Port Irene and the Cagayan North International Airport, the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA) o
Manila Times - yesterday
LISTED Philippine Savings Bank, the thrift bank arm of the Metrobank Group, is planning to raise as much as P15 billion from the issuance of long-term
Manila Times - yesterday
An upcoming designer outlet mall is set to become a welcome addition to the weekend itineraries of foreign and local tourists who regularly flock to T
Manila Times - yesterday
THE National Food Authority (NFA) is pushing for the increase of its buying price for palay to P25 per kilogram to salvage its wiped-out stockpile, h
Business Mirror - yesterday
ECONOMISTS supported the rationalization of fiscal incentives and reduction of corporate income tax (CIT) under the second package of the Comprehensiv
Business Mirror - yesterday
THE government is ready to suspend the collection of excise taxes on fuel if global oil prices reach $80 per barrel, according to Malacañan Palace.
Business Mirror - yesterday
THE Bangsamoro Transition Commission (BTC) on Tuesday asked Congress for more time to study proposed amendments to the bill embodying the Bangsamor
Business Mirror - yesterday
ENVIRONMENT Secretary Roy A. Cimatu stood pat on maintaining the current moratorium on tourism activities in Boracay until water quality in the island
Business Mirror - yesterday
MORE Filipinos, especially the poor, are buying mineral water or obtaining water from other sources due to lack of availability or cost, according to
Business Mirror - yesterday

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