Cargill opens new Mindanao plant for animal feed additives

AGRICULTURAL inputs manufacturer Cargill, Inc. said it recently opened its first Mindanao plant for base mix — nutrients which are added to grains in animal feed.

Suzuki’s ‘Four the Win’ promo extended to end of year

Vehicle browsers looking to acquire a Suzuki before the end of 2021 are in luck. Suzuki Philippines (SPH) extends its “Four the Win” promotion — offering the Celerio, new Ciaz, new Vitara AllGrip, and Swift with low down payment plans. On top of these, SPH adds on cash discounts.

World food prices climb in November, stay at 10-year peak — FAO

ROME — World food prices rose for a fourth straight month in November to remain at 10-year high, led by strong demand for wheat and dairy products, the UN food agency said on Thursday.

Fisherwomen in northwest Spain’s Galicia passing on traditions to new generation

NOIA, Spain — Just before dawn breaks over the Noia estuary in Spain’s Galicia region, hundreds of women descend by torchlight into the waist-deep waters to gather cockles and clams from the riverbed using techniques that have been passed down through generations.

Mark Calado eyes national team

MAKING it to the national team is the next big goal for volleyball rising star Mark Frederick Calado.

Stocks to rise on expectations of slower inflation

PHILIPPINE stocks may advance this week on expectations that headline inflation eased last month, but worries over the new coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) will continue to affect sentiment.

Tokyo Olympic boxing medalists target 2024 Paris Games

OLYMPIC boxing medalists Nesthy A. Petecio, Carlo Paalam and Eumir Felix D. Marcial are not discounting the possibility of going for another shot at an Olympic gold in the 2024 Paris Games.

Banks expect to keep lending to coal-fired power projects

Banks expect to continue lending to coal-fired power projects as the Philippines shifts to cleaner and renewable energy sources by 2040, pending developments in an Asian Development Bank (ADB) program funding the energy transition, a senior banker said.

CoA tallies over 900,000 employers not compliant with SSS remittance rules

GOVERNMENT AUDITORS said that 926,899 employers were not compliant with the rules for remitting their employees’ premium contributions to the Social Security System (SSS), depriving the agency of funds to deliver its services.

GSIS deemed stable despite AFP pension risk

The Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) remains stable despite risks posed by military pension liabilities, Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez, III said.