Pagkukumpuni sanhi ng power interruption: Meralco
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Pagkukumpuni sanhi ng power interruption: Meralco

Maintenance upgrade o pagkukumpuni ang dahilan ng pansamantalang pagkawala ng kuryente sa ilang lugar sa Metro Manila at mga karatig-lalawigan, ayon sa Manila Electric Comapny (Meralco).  Binitawan ng…

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Open that door? Netflix explores choose-your-own horror, romance
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Open that door? Netflix explores choose-your-own horror, romance

LOS ANGELES, California – A Netflix Inc experiment that began with viewers picking a movie character’s breakfast cereal may expand to letting the audience choose the best on-screen…

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Not so fantastic: Can Japan end its love affair with plastic?
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Not so fantastic: Can Japan end its love affair with plastic?

People walk through a shopping district in Osaka, Japan. Thomas White, Reuters/File TOKYO — From bento boxes to individually wrapped bananas, plastic reigns supreme in Japan. But amid…

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British chamber seeks swift implementation of anti-red tape law
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Top US officials head to China next week for new trade talks
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Top US officials head to China next week for new trade talks

A Benjamin Franklin US $100 banknote and a Chinese 100 yuan banknote with late Chinese Chairman Mao Zedong are seen in this picture illustration. Jason Lee, Reuters/File WASHINGTON…

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Manila Water shareholders in for ‘long game,’ analyst says
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Manila Water shareholders in for ‘long game,’ analyst says

MANILA — Manila Water’s stockholders are likely to stick it out with the utility, as it rides out a supply shortage affecting tens of thousands in the capital,…

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China-funded Kaliwa Dam not overpriced, gov’t says
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China-funded Kaliwa Dam not overpriced, gov’t says

Several barangays in Mandaluyong are set to recommend the declaration of a state of calamity due to the water shortage that has affected thousands of residents. Mark Demayo,…

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Property prices seen to rise in Metro Manila Subway area
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Property prices seen to rise in Metro Manila Subway area

MANILA — The Metro Manila Subway is poised to spur economic growth in areas along its track, especially common stations, a property consultant said Wednesday. The price of…

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Local, not Chinese loans for Quezon dam, says solon
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Local, not Chinese loans for Quezon dam, says solon

MANILA — Building a new water source for Metro Manila, which will be sourced from Quezon province, should be funded through local sources instead of loans from China,…

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Max’s optimism ‘guarded’ with cooling inflation, poll spending
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Max’s optimism ‘guarded’ with cooling inflation, poll spending

Max’s Fried Chicken’s signature chicken dish is shown in this photo from the restaurant chain’s Facebook page MANILA — Max’s Group said Wednesday it was looking at this…

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