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Every woman deserves the best things in life, and footwear isn’t an exception. For the longest time, women have been searching for the happy balance between quality and price, for the right reasons.

 Social enterprise The Global Filipino Investors (TGFI) has cited the need to educate the millennial population on financial literacy in order to continue economic growth in the next generation.

Japanese consumer electronics company Panasonic  is celebrating its 50th year in the Philippines and looks forward to an even stronger business in the years to come  amid rising consumer spending in the country.

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A consumer group led by former trade undersecretary Victorio Dimagiba has expressed support to a House bill seeking to provide protection to consumers and merchants engaging in online commerce by penalizing offenders.

When the government announced last year its intention to phase out ships aged 35 years old  and above, concern gripped the local shipping industry which perceived the plan as threat to the industry’s wellbeing.

Mobile payment transactions in the US alone are expected to double to $62.49 billion this year as digital technology advancements drive more consumers to use phones for point-of-sale payments, according to eMarketer’s latest forecast.

The economy grew 7.1 percent in the third quarter of 2016, driven mostly by the rapid investment surge, which is seen to continue this year.

 A successful transition from hardcourt to boardroom and from basketball scrimmages to business meetings was the path taken by multi-titled professional basketball player Nicholas ‘Nic’ Belasco as he climbed the corporate ladder to become the general manager of The City Club.

With 64 new lanes and a number of bridges, motorists can look forward to a faster, more seamless travel and less congested roads when the new expressway lanes at the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) open to the public soon.

A marketing blitz recently put China-based multinational technology company Vivo on the radar, and for obvious reasons.

In past years, Asia’s cheap labor and production methods have been the unique global differentiators that have pushed its economy forward.

More than half or 55 percent of Filipino mobile consumers now use 4G  Long-Term Evolution (LTE) networks to access the internet, up from only 23 percent a year ago,  according to a survey from audit, consulting and tax advisory services firm Deloitte.

This is how holdings company Phinma Corp., which is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, plans to embark on the next decade of its corporate life.