Philippines

Over the course of 57 years, the Land Bank of the Philippines (LANDBANK) has taken a more expansive and relevant role in the service of Filipinos and
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As thorough disinfection is now the normal way of life, people need a disinfectant that kills 99.9 percent of disease-causing elements wherever they a
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Even for industries that have come under threat and which continue to reel from this unprecedented pandemic and the continued lockdowns, there remaine
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NEW YORK  — Wall Street’s big rally let off the accelerator on Friday, despite a better-than-expected report on the U.S. job market, amid worries
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The government has slightly jacked up the programmed spending for infrastructure to P785.5 billion this year as the World Bank noted that the quality
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Yuchengco-led construction firm EEI Corp. and partner, Spa­nish infrastructure firm Acciona, bagged a deal to build a 6.5-kilometer segment of a new
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Despite the economic recession seen in the Philippines due to coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic-prompted lockdown measures, fiscal managers are not keen
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As the new coronavirus disase delivered an indiscriminate blow to most businesses that forced some establishments to shut down, the country’s farmer
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The unreasonable and excessive price increases of basic and prime commodities in the markets have prompted the government to allow local price coordin
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Local airlines are requiring passengers to wear face shields during the flight in line with directives issued by the Philippine government amid the CO
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The benchmark Phi­lippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) sank on Friday after reports emerged that the Philippines topped the Southeast Asian region in
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The Palawan local government has joined a short list of areas that are “open to hosting” a nuclear power plant, Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi said
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Recently, I’ve been thinking about the virtues of our tropical climate and how it might allow us to better deal with the pandemic, which has us all
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Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, local industries are now struggling. From restaurants, retail shops to leisure centers and even schools, businesses
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The mere mention of Pampanga could easily bring to mind the mouthwatering, savory dishes for which this province is known. But the Culinary Capital of
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At first glance, one would think that it was planned and developed for a post-pandemic era. A masterfully crafted property development in Central Luzo
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As the world continues to fight the pandemic, our local operations in this new normal are already facing numerous challenges with the confusing quaran
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(Conclusion) In one case, the Supreme Court held that if several partners engaged in the business of buying and selling real estate cannot bind the fi
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The province of Pampanga has become a model of a resilient economy, having grown into a thriving center in Central Luzon in the aftermath of the 1991
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History teaches us that pandemics accelerate change. Haste is necessary because time determines whether more lives would be saved or would be at risk.
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