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Money-making art: Bonsai

By Jims Vincent T. Capuno BELIEVE it or not, bonsai – which has always been conveniently attributed to the Japanese – is really...
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New minimum wage effective on Labor Day

By May 1, minimum wage earners in Davao Region will get a P10 increase in their Cost of Living Allowance (COLA). The additional P10...
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PSE continues to rally

The local bourse’s rally continues for the fourth day in a row Thursday as investors remain bullish amid the negative performances of some sectoral...
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Street foods: Are they safe to eat?

By Jims Vincent T. Capuno Street foods are everywhere – so common that they blend into the urban scene and are not really...
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International brand to revive image

Italian fashion empire Luciano Benetton, foreshadowed plans to revive the flagging brand when he took control as chairman on Tuesday. Luciano Benetton, 76, who...
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Ayala, MPIC join forces for light rail projects

The country’s two largest conglomerates are joining forces to develop light rail projects in Metro Manila. Ayala Corp. and Metro Pacific Investments Corp. on...
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ICTSI set to complete ports abroad

International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI) has sped up infrastructure spending to meet the target completion of port developments of Greenfield projects next year....
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Domingo sees favorable economic growth in 2012

Trade Secretary Gregory L. Domingo expressed confidence that the Philippines will get more foreign direct investment this year as its competitiveness rating and desirability...
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Employers call for reforms

The Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP) passed a five-point resolution on Tuesday calling for reforms in the labor market to improve competitiveness, productivity...
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T-bonds remain at 5 percent

Coupon rate of the government’s freshly-issued seven-year Treasury bond (T-bond) stood at five percent but its average rate went up against previously issued notes...

WEATHER UPDATE

Davao City
scattered clouds
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