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A vendor arranges fresh eggs at a store at Agdao Public Market in Davao City. The Philippine Egg Board Association said bird flu, low production and an increase in feed prices were the factors that led to the recent rise in egg prices. Lean Daval Jr.

Bird flu, higher feed prices blamed for egg price hike

Why are egg prices rising before the holiday season? Gregorio San Diego, Philippine Egg Board Association chairman, said a confluence of factors led to...

CAAP to open two airports in December

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) is set to open 2 airports in Baguio and Borongan cities this December. Starting Dec. 16, Philippine...

BSP expects November inflation at 7.4% to 8.2%

Higher prices of electricity, liquified petroleum gas (LPG), and some agricultural items, with the latter due to the impact of Severe Tropical Storm Paeng,...

German firms urged to invest in PH infra

Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Secretary Alfredo Pascual has urged German investors to look into business opportunities in the Philippines, especially in areas...

Banks-fintech tie-up must for customer satisfaction: exec

Banks should not consider financial technology firms as competitors but instead as partners in ensuring customer satisfaction vis-à-vis the digital finance space, an executive...
President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. says the Philippine economy will continue to rebound despite the rise in prices of commodities. Marcos made the assurance to the marginalized individuals and members of peoples organizations in Davao City during his distribution of various government assistance. Edge Davao

Majority of Pinoys believe PH on right track under PBBM admin

Most Filipinos believe the country is headed in the right direction under the administration of President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr., the latest survey results...

Agri dept. mulls importing onions amid hike in prices

The Department of Agriculture (DA) said Tuesday it is considering the possible importation of onions to fill the market demand amid the spike of...
A tugboat pushes an oil tanker along the Pakiputan Strait between the Island Garden City of Davao (IGaCoS) and Davao City. Oil firms have implemented fuel price rollback on Tuesday. Edge Davao

Oil prices slip over demand woes as China struggles with Covid protests

Oil prices lost almost $2 a barrel on Monday as ongoing China coronavirus restrictions and protests in several cities fueled demand concerns in the...

Pag-IBIG Fund home loan payments up by P13.31B

Driven by the strong collection of home loan payments in the last 10 months, Pag-IBIG Fund’s performing loans ratio climbed to 89.96 percent in...

PH logs highest sales in China’s import expo

The country’s sales in China’s largest import expo have been increasing for the past four years despite the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic that...