TIME MAY BE running out for President Rodrigo R. Duterte to implement the remaining economic reforms, as some key priority measures have yet to be passed by Congress less than a year before he steps down.
JEDEL RODNEY S. MACINAS, 32, voted for Philippine President Rodrigo R. Duterte in 2016 after he promised to end corruption and the country’s illegal drug menace in six months.
THE CONSTRUCTION of a new international container port in Consolacion, Cebu is targeted to begin in January, the Transportation department said.
FEDERAL RESERVE officials aren’t expected to signal a reduction in support for the US economy when they meet this week, but will debate how to scale back massive bond purchases when the time comes.
The House of Representatives will adopt the Senate’s version of the proposed measure taxing Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGO), a key lawmaker said on...
The Philippines may face “deep scarring” or long-lasting economic losses due to the prolonged pandemic, Moody’s Investors Service said on Friday. “Many have been challenged...
Fresh lockdowns and restrictions in Asia brought on by the faster-spreading delta coronavirus variant are making the region’s pursuit of travel bubbles look like...
MORE THAN THREE-FIFTHS of Philippine chief executive officers (CEOs) are confident about their revenue growth prospects over the next year, a slight improvement from last year’s business outlook that was clouded by the coronavirus pandemic, a survey conducted by PwC Philippines-Management Association of the Philippines (MAP) showed.
THE RAILWAY PROJECT that will connect Tondo, Manila to Calamba, Laguna attracted a record 34 bids from 17 international and six Philippine companies, the Transportation department said on Thursday.
KEEPING an accommodative policy is still appropriate as inflation is expected to ease due to improving supply conditions, central bank officials said.