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The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) expects a higher net outflow of foreign portfolio investments or hot money this year due to a series of rate increases by the US Federal Reserve.

The Management Association of the Philippines (MAP) named recently Maynilad Water Services president and CEO Ramoncito “Mon” Fernandez as president for 2018, the 69th person to hold the post since MAP’s inception in 1950.

The Department of Tourism (DOT) is eyeing to boost marketing initiatives to the Indian market as it inks an agreement with a Singaporean air carrier.

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Motorcycles have become a common mode of transportation in many countries, not only because they are affordable, consume less fuel, entail low maintenance costs, but more so, because they are convenient given the worsening traffic situation.

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SM Prime Holdings Inc. continues to expand in Southern Luzon with the opening of its newest mall in Batangas, SM Center Lemery.

The Philippine agenda calling for greater participation of micro, small and medium enterprises in global trade has gained significant strides in the World Trade Organization, Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez said.

The Philippine Stock Exchange said it did all it could before implementing its decision to delist Calata Corp. from its official registry.

A seafood restaurant company is diversifying its business as it is set to develop its first office project estimated to cost around P1.3 billion.

The Philippine tourism sector continues to attract Chinese tourists as more Chinese charter operators have expressed interest in mounting flights to the country, the tourism chief said.

After the Philippine economy grew faster than expected in the third quarter, the World Bank has upwardly revised its 2017 growth projection for the country to 6.7 percent.

The final version of the tax reform bill may yield only about two-thirds of the P134 billion in additional revenues originally programmed under the new measure, the Department of Finance (DOF) said yesterday.

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) decided yesterday to keep benchmark rates steady anew as inflation remains manageable.

The stock market cheered the much awaited and highly anticipated ratification of the Duterte administration’s tax reform package.

Metro Pacific Investments Corp. (MPIC) plans to spend P30 billion for the Cebu-Cordova Link Expressway (CCLEX) which would link Cebu City to the municipality of Cordova in Mactan island.

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