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US still top market for PHL tuna

AN official of the South Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, Sarangani, and General Santos Federation of Fishing and Allied Industries, Inc. (SFFAII) said the United States...
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Mactan airport to become part of BIMP-EAGA air route linkage

PHILIPPINE efforts supporting the establishment of a strong transport connectivity as a pillar for growth in the four-country grouping BIMP-EAGA have gained ground following...
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Dabawenyos trained in GHG accounting

SOME 50 personnel of  the Davao City government,  national agencies and private industries who completed last Friday a two-day training in greenhouse gas (GHG)...
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DavSur earned P1.2 B of investments in 2011

INVESTMENTS worth P1.2 billion were poured into Davao del Sur last year. The investments inflow came in the form of various kinds of business,...
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PHL economy to grow 4.8% in 2012—-ADB

THE Asian Development Bank (ADB) on Thursday projected that the Philippine economy would grow nearly at the lower-end target of the government this year....
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BSP cuts policy rates

MONETARY officials on Thursday cut by 25 basis points the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas’ (BSP) policy rates, a first since July 2009, to boost...
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Mindanao ‘eyes’ pork shipment to Dubai

CUT pork meat products from Mindanao may soon become an export commodity to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to serve the palates of overseas...
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Net hot money expands 112.45% in 2012

STRONG investors’ confidence in the Philippine economy continues to hike foreign portfolio investments net inflow, rising by 112.45 percent year-on-year at the end of...
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Abundant supply of fruits, vegetables and fish brings inflation down to 4.2%

AN abundant supply of fruits, vegetables, and fish, coupled with a series of price roll backs on petroleum products, pulled down consumer prices in...
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Tourism body vows to boost local industry

THE Mindanao Tourism Council (MinTC) is bent on advancing responsible and community-based tourism to help boost the industry. Jonallier Perez, MinTC corporate secretary, said...

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