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Philippine H2O Ventures to spin-off water business

Listed Philippine H2O Ventures Corp. has spin-off its water business by selling its subsidiary to Tabuk Water Corp. for P442 million.

Gov’t to focus on regional infrastructure dev’t medium-term --NEDA

The government plans to increase spending on regional development over the medium-term to achieve inclusive growth across the country, the National E ...

Eastern Communications banks on offshore gaming sector to grow internet business

Eastern Communications said Thursday it is banking on a growing offshore gaming industry to boost its internet business.

Peso trades flat as Fed minutes offset concerns about US deficit

The Philippine peso closed unchanged on Thursday, as minutes of the latest Federal Reserve meeting offset concerns of a higher deficit in the United ...

Monetary Board member Valentin Araneta passes away

Monetary Board (MB) member Valentin Araneta has passed away at the age of 69 on Wednesday, February 21, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) reporte ...

PHL shares prices plunge amid rising US bond yields

Philippine shares traded on a weak note for the second straight session Thursday as rising US Treasury yields prompted foreign funds to sell their ma ...

Uber pays BIR P41 million in VAT deficiencies

Uber Systems Inc. has remitted more than P41 million to pay for its value-added tax deficiencies.

Metro Manila traffic now costing PHL P3.5 billion daily --JICA

The Philippines is now losing some P3.5 billion daily due to the traffic situation in Metro Manila, the latest study of the Japan International Coope ...

Duterte meets Lucio Tan in Palace after President ends rift

President Rodrigo Duterte and business tycoon Lucio Tan met in Malacañang on Wednesday, days after the chief executive appeared to have mended ties ...

Palace: March deadline for third telco player moved by ‘turn of events’

Malacañang on Thursday said the “turn of events” prompted the Department of Information and Communications Technology to move the deadline for s ...

Destruction of seized Mighty cigarettes to be completed in March --DOF

The destruction of seized Mighty cigarettes is expected wouldn't be completed until next month, due to the large volume of illegal stocks confiscated ...

Alvarez wants COA audit of terminal fees collected by airline firms

Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez has said he would ask the Commission on Audit (COA) to conduct a review on the bookings of airline companies, Cebu Pacific ...

Bridgewater’s Dalio sees 70% chance of recession before 2020

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Billionaire investor Ray Dalio, who founded the world’s largest hedge fund Bridgewater Associates, thinks there is a relatively ...