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BPI Sinag, one of BPI Foundation’s social innovation platforms, continues to empower social entrepreneurs in the Philippines.

Korean manufacturing companies in the Philippines are packing up and leaving the country for Vietnam where they see lower costs and an easier way of doing business.

Term deposit rates moved sideways yesterday as banks anticipate a higher demand for cash ahead of the long weekend as well as higher lending, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas said.


In 2006, more than a decade ago, the highly moving documentary “An Inconvenient Truth” swept the world with its message of global warming and the threat of climate change on Earth.

As another week has quickly passed us by, we are getting closer to the ASEAN Business Awards Gala Night this coming September!

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China is projected to overtake the US market as the second largest source of foreign arrivals this year, as the number of Chinese tourists is expected to further grow especially with the approval of the Visa Upon Arrival policy.

The Philippine Cement Importers Association has expressed its support to the campaign of the Department of Trade and Industry against substandard cement, lauding the agency’s new draft department administrative order on cement which has a provision repealing a previously issued “controversial” order.

Asian stock markets were mostly higher Tuesday after Wall Street gained as investors looked ahead to this week's gathering of central bankers in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol gave into the demands of the local poultry industry after biosecurity experts recommended that transporting poultry and its by-products from Luzon to other parts of the country is now safe.

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas said the peso has sufficiently adjusted after  its gradual depreciation, warning speculators that the BSP is ready to deploy its full policy and regulatory arsenal to protect the local currency.

Tycoon Manuel Pangilinan wants the government to lift the moratorium on drilling and exploration in the disputed West Philippine Sea amid warming relations between Manila and Beijing.

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has rejected an appeal to drop its directive handing over to manufacturers the control of setting and fixing suggested retail prices (SRPs) of basic necessities.

Tycoon Ramon Ang has offered to develop the Philippine National Oil Co.’s sprawling 500-hectare property in Bataan, conveniently located near Petron Corp.’s refinery.

The 2017 Foreign Investment Negative List, slated to be approved by the National Economic and Development Authority board next month, will provide for the lifting of foreign restrictions on investment houses and practice of several professions in the country, NEDA officials said.

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the corporate regulator, is cracking down on lending companies that operate online especially on social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Linkedln and other websites.


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