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Solon wants road diggers charged rising hourly fees

To ease traffic jams due to road diggings, a lawmaker wants all public works contractors and the utilities sector charged escalating hourly fees so...

CLI only VisMin developer included in BCI Asia’s Top 10 list

VisMin’s leading local developer Cebu Landmasters Inc. (CLI) is one of BCI Asia’s Top 10 Developers in the Philippines for 2018 and the only...
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Poverty not stopping cabbie to send children to school

Come hell or high water, this 57-year-old taxi driver, husband, and father of three will reach for his dream of giving his children good education...
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School shuttle, carpoolers told to renew franchises

As classes opened last week, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board-10 (LTFRB-10) reminded school owners and carpool operators to obtain or renew the...
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Web-based trading gets cyber-security features

A digital trading platform that aims to reduce the processing time and number of transactions for import and export clearances will be reinforced with...
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RP team off to Tokyo to pitch Samurai bonds

A Philippine delegation led by Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III is going to Tokyo this week to share with potential investors the vibrant prospects...
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Study presses need for additional budget—solon

The New England Journal of Medicine's affirmation of the ill-effects of Dengvaxia on certain children should rally the legislature to approve the proposed supplemental...
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AFP now teaching troops on financial management

Efforts are now underway to ensure that all soldiers of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) know how to properly manage their finances. This...
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RCBC pilots digital lending in Mindanao

Rizal Microbank, a subsidiary of Rizal Commercial Banking Corp. (RCBC), is testing its digital lending among corn farmers in Mindanao, and will soon further...
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Warning raised vs. baby wipes with preservatives

Some wet wipes that are used to clean the face, hands and bottom of babies may contain banned preservatives that can trigger allergic reactions. The...

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