LOPEZ-LED First Gen Corp. has allocated $550 million, or around P29 billion, for capital spending this year, with its renewable energy subsidiary cornering nearly half of the budget followed by its liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal project.
LEADING presidential vote-getter Ferdinand R. Marcos, Jr. has no political debts that would tie his hands in pursuing Constitutional reforms, with a reversal of the current government’s policy direction seen as only the “worst-case scenario,” the Foundation for Economic Freedom (FEF) said.
YIELDS on the term deposits of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) inched higher on Wednesday as investors expect the regulator to start increasing benchmark rates due to inflation risks.
Pag-IBIG Fund has financed 5,411 socialized homes for minimum-wage and low-income members in the first four months of 2022, its top executives said today. Socialized...
COAL-FIRED power plant companies in the Philippines have, in recent months, declared plans to rebalance their portfolio into one that has a growing share of renewables in the mix.
ROME, ITALY: I won’t attempt to even fathom what the Porsche purists might have in their beating Stuttgart hearts, but I’d like to think that they’ve softened up by now about their favorite brand conjuring up sport utility vehicles (yes two, in fact). If you consider that these utes have basically saved the brand from the unforgiving abyss of bankruptcy, well, what’s not to like?
HANOI — Heroines came in abandon as the Philippine women’s squad whipped rival Thailand 97-81, on Wednesday for its second straight win in women’s basketball of the 31st Southeast Asian (SEA) Games at the Thanh Tri Gymnasium.