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PHL, Vietnam agree on enhancing two-way trade

The Philippines and Vietnam agreed to enhance their trade cooperation in the coming years, Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said on Wednesday.In a...
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WEF calls on East Asia to strengthen food security

East Asian countries must strengthen its cooperation for food security in the coming years, World Economic Forum (WEF) on East Asia Co-chair and World...
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Int’l community to demand China to comply with international laws

The Philippines and Vietnam have called on the international community to demand China to end its sea violations and fully comply with international law.Vietnamese...
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Loren: Growth must be inclusive

Senator Loren Legarda today stressed on the need to promote inclusive, equitable and sustainable growth, noting that this year’s World Economic Forum (WEF) on...
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Report: PH should focus on education and investment

Growth projection for the Philippines has been revised downwards from 6.8% to 6.5% as unemployment continues to drag on demand causing lukewarm investor sentiment,...
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DTI Gensan distributes ‘Timbangan ng Bayan’

The Department of Trade and Industry General Santos City Office distributed Two (2) Weighing Scales in the City. The “Timbanganng Bayan” a project of...
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Imported vehicles sales grow 14%

Sales of imported vehicles in the domestic market from January to April of this year has increased by 14 percent to 11,712 units from...
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PHL a trillion-dollar economy by 2030

The Philippines will be a trillion-dollar economy by 2030, according to the new analysis of the IHS, a partner of the World Economic Forum...
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New wage hike for Davao Region takes effect June 1

Starting June 1, 2014, the new minimum wage will be P312.00 per day for the workers employed in the non-agriculture establishments and in retail/service...
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Rice price spikes due to low imports

Blaming rice cartels for price manipulation cannot be considered a definitive explanation oflast year’s rice price hike. Sharp drop in imports is a more...