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5 tips you can immediately implement to avoid data breaches

By Henry J. Schumacher You remember the Singapore Health breach, which was arguably the most...

‘Population survey in limbo due to budget delay’

The delay in the passage of the 2019 national budget has another possible casualty­—the Philippine Census of Population and Housing which should be conducted...

Kaliwa Dam won’t solve current water supply crisis—economist

THE construction of China-funded Kaliwa Dam project, which is seen as a medium-term solution to the water crisis in Metro Manila, is also expected...

Slight car sales increase in February may signal vehicle industry recovery

Sales of local vehicle assemblers slightly rose in February on the back of an uptick in the passenger car segment and in what...

New law widens free skills training, and certification for poor Pinoys

More marginalized Filipinos may soon be able to obtain certification and skills training from the government after President Duterte finally signed Republic Act (RA)...

What Philippines gave up with the recent enactment of rice trade...

The Philippines has given up its right to impose the most effective protection against import surges of farm products when it enacted the rice...

Data confab seeks to draw new blueprint of government’s ICT road...

TO raise further public awareness on the government’s strategic road map for its information and communications technology  policy formulation, Department of Information and Communications...

IPOPHL brings IP-focused MCLE program to the Visayas

The Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL) will be mounting the 2019 edition of the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) this March in...

‘Trabaho’ bill foments ‘uncertainty’ in aerospace industry, group says

Local aircraft parts makers are optimistic they will hit their target revenue of $2.5 billion in exports as early as next year, but uncertainties...

GSIS tells LLDA: We don’t pollute Manila Bay

The Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) on Tuesday maintained that it is compliant with the Laguna Lake Development Authority’s (LLDA) regulations in meeting the standards...

Senator renews call to amend economic laws amid FDI drop

The Senate was asked to front-load the passage of remedial legislation amending the country’s current economic laws to foster a more competitive business environment in the...

It’s all systems go for national ID system by September–Arroyo

The leadership of the House of Representatives on Tuesday said the government is ready to conduct the initial batch of registration and issuance of...

New trade protocol allows longer stay for working Pinoys in Japan

Filipino investors and professionals, along with their spouses and children, are now allowed to stay longer in Japan as part of a...

Sustainable development–put purpose before profit

I added that in the Philippines, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has  issued the sustainability reporting...

Gasoline pump price up P0.90 on Tuesday

Oil firms announced a price increase in gasoline effective Tuesday morning. Gasoline prices will go up by P0.90 per...

DTI sets review to determine cement SRP

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is in no rush to impose a suggested retail price (SRP) on cement, as prices of local...

‘Policy stalemate’ plagues mining industry—think tank

The Philippines may be losing billions of dollars in potential mining investment because of policy gaps that tend to shoo away investors, mining industry...

Govt to finish repair of Naia main runway ahead of...

Airport authorities said on Sunday that the repair and overlay of international runway 06/24, the main runway of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia),...

House pressed anew to submit 2019 budget bill to Malacañang

A vice chairman of the House Committee on Appropriations on Thursday urged the leadership of the House of Representatives to expeditiously transmit the...

DTI chief sees unemployment drop amid PHL infrastructure buildup

Unemployment figures will further go down in the months to come on the back of strong demand for workers in the construction...
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