‘NFA rice nananatili sa P27 kada kilo’
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‘NFA rice nananatili sa P27 kada kilo’

Siniguro ng National Food Authority (NFA) na patuloy ang pagbebenta nila ng bigas sa P27 kada kilo sa ngayon pero nakaamba pa rin ang pagbabago ng presyo nito. …

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Axa sees climate change, wellness advocacy as keys to appealing to millennials
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Axa sees climate change, wellness advocacy as keys to appealing to millennials

MANILA – Nurturing a reputation as an ethical company is key to attracting millennials into choosing products and services from a particular firm, officials of insurance provider Axa…

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PECO assures it will not leave ‘Iloilo in darkness’ as franchise expires on 19th
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PECO assures it will not leave ‘Iloilo in darkness’ as franchise expires on 19th

ILOILO CITY — The city’s sole power distributor, Panay Electric Company, Inc., (PECO), gave assurance on Thursday that it will continue to operate even after the expiration of…

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Chinese navy ships in town
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Chinese navy ships in town

PHILIPPINE NAVY PHOTO Chinese navy ships, the Wu Hu and Han Dan with replenishment ship Dong Ping Hu, arrived at the South Harbor in Manila on Thursday, Jan.…

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Germany’s BDI on Huawei: No vendor should be banned from 5G sans evidence
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Germany’s BDI on Huawei: No vendor should be banned from 5G sans evidence

BERLIN – No vendors should be excluded from Germany’s fifth-generation mobile networks if there is no evidence against them, the BDI industry association said, responding to calls to…

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DTI imposes provisional duty on imported cement amid surge in imports
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DTI imposes provisional duty on imported cement amid surge in imports

MANILA – Imported cement will be slapped a provisional P8.40 per bag duty equivalent to 4 percent of its cost to protect local manufacturers and ensure the commodity’s…

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Hitachi freezes British nuclear project, books $2.8-B hit
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Hitachi freezes British nuclear project, books $2.8-B hit

A logo of Hitachi Ltd. is pictured at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan, October 2, 2017. Toru Hanai, Reuters File Photo TOKYO – Japan’s Hitachi Ltd said…

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AXA sees ‘significant’ business in PH, banks on digital to reach middle income consumers
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AXA sees ‘significant’ business in PH, banks on digital to reach middle income consumers

MANILA – Insurance provider AXA on Thursday said educating middle income Filipinos could help fuel its “significant business” in the Philippines. AXA could tap new potential customers by…

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Antitrust body seeks whistleblowers in fight vs cartels
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Antitrust body seeks whistleblowers in fight vs cartels

MANILA – The Philippine Competition Commission on Thursday launched its Leniency Program, to encourage whistleblowers to cooperate with the antitrust monitor. Those who will provide information on price-fixing,…

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China calls proposed U.S. legislation against Huawei, ZTE ‘hysteria’
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China calls proposed U.S. legislation against Huawei, ZTE ‘hysteria’

BEIJING — China’s Foreign Ministry said on Thursday that proposed US legislation targeting Huawei, ZTE and other Chinese telecommunications equipment companies was due to “hysteria”, and urged US…

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