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With industries hurting, virus seen to hit tax take

THE Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) is expecting to lose billions in tax revenue as different industries are already hurting from the impact of...

Grab forays into SJDM Bulacan as city gears up to be...

SUPER app Grab is set to launch its services in San Jose del Monte in Bulacan, as the city gears up to be “digital...

Q2 groundbreaking seen for Sangley airport

MACROASIA Corp. and partner China Communications Construction Company Ltd. (CCCC) should be able to break ground for the P208.5-billion Sangley Point International Airport (SPIA)...

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POEA: Onsite inspection of OFW now mandatory

ONSITE inspection on the status of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) will soon be made mandatory by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) to ensure...

Govt limits working hours of AV industry employees

Workers in the audiovisual (AV) industry will no longer be allowed to work indefinitely following the issuance of a memorandum circular by the Department...

Senators filing SC petition on role in VFA termination

SENATE leaders are spearheading a bipartisan move to challenge before the Supreme Court Malacañang’s termination of the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) without the concurrence...

Manila Bay not 100% spared from reclamation

THERE may still be reclamation projects in Manila Bay under the current administration, after all. During his speech at Sangley Airport’s inauguration...

Govt confirms new ASF cases in report to OIE

THE Philippines has confirmed more outbreaks of African swine fever (ASF) in Luzon, including new cases in Malabon, Rizal, Isabela and Cavite, affecting over...

Taiwan flights return, but slowly

LOCAL carriers are resuming their flights to and from Taipei following the decision of the Inter-Agency Committee for the Management of Infectious Diseases to...

All illegally dumped waste in ’18 to be sent back in...

THE Bureau of Customs (BOC) said all the waste illegally shipped to the country in 2018 will be sent back to South Korea within...

Plea aired on full House debate on ABS-CBN

CITIZEN groups on Sunday urged lawmakers to consider the 11,000 regular and contructual employees of the ABS-CBN as the leadership of the House of...

Bill mandates setting up of EMSS nationwide

AS the country continues to battle the threat of the 2019 novel coronavirus disease (Covid-19), a lawmaker has filed a bill institutionalizing emergency medical...

UnliCity launches Subic Freeport branch

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT— Popular food hub UnliCity recently launched its newest branch at the Greenwoods Park here, giving Subic Freeport diners the opportunity to...

DMCI-PayMongo tie-up ensures easy, fast payments

QUADRUPLE A developer DMCI Homes has teamed up with fast-rising Filipino start-up PayMongo to provide its clients and residents with an easier and more...

Nasecore asks Cusi to fire NEA’s chief

THE National Association of Electricity Consumers for Reforms Inc. (Nasecore) strongly urged Energy Secretary Alfonso G. Cusi to recommend the immediate removal of National Electrification...

‘Less drugs, less crime’

THE country’s crime statistics continue to plummet as a result of the government’s “aggressive” campaign against illegal drugs and anti-criminality strategies that...

Saudi Arabia vs. Dubai could be the Gulf’s new business rivalry

By Vivian Nereim / Bloomberg News RONNY Froehlich’s voice echoed across the empty rooms as he walked through his...

Mindanao gets ASF ‘terror’ jolt

DAVAO CITY—Until now, practically nobody could come up with a plausible explanation yet on how the dreaded...

Virus death toll will get worse even as outbreak wanes

AS signs emerge that China’s coronavirus outbreak may be moderating, a morbid reminder of the disease’s toll is...
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