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Have you ever bought something from a store and was given change in the form of a candy instead of your 25-cent monetary due? How about missing 48 cents because the cashier did not have loose coins available in...
The Philippine Export Development Plan 2015-2017 has originally set a 6.6 to 8.8 percent growth for the country's export in 2016 and a growth between 6.7 percent to 10 percent next year. Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) setting an eight...
Since it is Christmas season people are busy to buy gift items, attend parties, think of what food to prepare and more. But there’s one thing that people are excited about, most especially employees, and that is their 13th...
Budget Secretary Benjamin E. Diokno revealed the government’s plans of a seven-percent increase in infrastructure spending under the Duterte administration in the next six years. During the general membership meeting of the Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines (Finex), budget...
LEYTE, Philippines – Almost three years after super typhoon Yolanda ravaged Region VIII, the eastern provinces of the Philippines has finally caught sight of a new hope as business sectors showed signs of revivals when investments started pouring since...
Philippines jumped 10 spots higher in the latest World Talent Ranking (WTR), as it ranked 45th out of 63 countries. This is the Philippines strongest performance after dropping to No. 57 in 2015. The countries that topped the rankings this...
The depreciation of peso is only temporary and is expected to have minimal impact on the inflation and macro-economy in the medium term. According to Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) Deputy Governor Diwa C. Guinigundo, the local currency has buffers...
With all the politics and debate going on in this world, there are a lot of interests in the peso-dollar exchange rates. Things have been different for the past few years as we have seen the value of the...
Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) processing their legal papers has just been made easier with the opening of the first one stop shop for OFW's yesterday at the ground floor of the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration’s (POEA) main office at Blas F. Ople Building in Ortigas Avenue corner EDSA, Mandaluyong City.
Last Friday, the Philippine Competition Commission reported that the Court of Appeals (CA) denied Globe Telecom Inc.’s request to stop the review of the P69-billion deal to purchase San Miguel Corp.’s telecommunication assets. A statement released by the PCC on...

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