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P67 M halaga ng nasabat na bigas, ibebenta bilang NFA rice

Hindi ipamimigay sa mahihirap ang nasabat na tinatayang P67 milyong halaga ng hinihinalang smuggled na bigas mula sa Vietnam, ayon sa Malacañang.  Sa halip ay ibebenta raw ito bilang NFA rice dahil kaunti na ang supply ng naturang murang bigas ...

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Nakawan sa airport? Cebu Pacific probes baggage theft incident in viral video

MANILA – Cebu Pacific on Monday said it is investigating an alleged baggage pilferage case involving a female passenger who flew from Hong Kong to Manila on Saturday April 14. A concerned citizen posted a video of an irate female ...

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Tax reform seen to encourage workers to invest

MANILA – With higher take-home pay under lower income taxes, Filipinos should consider investing, an economist said. “They should think about the extra money that could go to investments. The inflation rates, its not like it will take a lot ...

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France's Macron defends economic policy in heated interview

French President Emmanuel Macron (C) poses on the TV set before an interview with RMC-BFM journalist Jean-Jacques Bourdin (R) and Mediapart investigative website journalist Edwy Plenel (L), at the Theatre National de Chaillot across from the Eiffel Tower in Paris, ...

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Independent body needed to review airport proposals: Megawide-GMR partner

MANILA – An independent body tasked to take a holistic approach is key in solving the country’s air traffic infrastructure, according to Mitre Corp. the technical partner of Megawide-GMR in its bid to upgrade NAIA.  “There needs to be an ...

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Duterte set to sign landmark EO vs 'endo'

MANILA – President Rodrigo Duterte is expected to fulfill his promise to end the practice of “endo” or “end of contract” when he signs a landmark executive order on “contractualization” Monday. Alan Tanjusay, the spokesperson for the Associated Labor Unions-Trade ...

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BIR reminds taxpayers: No deadline extension for ITR filing

‘Deadliest’ deadline at 5:00 p.m. Monday MANILA – Taxpayers who will file their income tax returns after 5:00 p.m. tomorrow, Monday, will be slapped with corresponding penalties, the Bureau of Internal Revenue warned on Sunday.  Reymarie Dela Cruz, chief of ...

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On trade 'remedies' US barks, but where is the bite?

A woman uses a shopping trolley carrying a boy at a supermarket in Beijing, China February 4, 2018. Jason Lee, Reuters President Donald Trump’s administration claims it has doubled America’s efforts to fight unfair trade, compared to Barack Obama’s presidency. ...

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Mga manggagawa, inaasahan ang pagpirma ni Duterte ng EO ukol sa 'endo'

Nakatakda umanong pirmahan sa Lunes ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte ang final draft ng Executive Order (EO) na layong bigyang-linaw ang sari-saring anyo ng kontraktwalisasyon. Ayon sa tagapagsalita ng labor group na Associated Labor Unions-Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (ALU-TUCP) ...

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Mga produktong petrolyo, may taas-presyo sa susunod na linggo

Pagkatapos ng kakarampot na rollback ngayong linggo, muli na namang magkakaroon ng oil price hike sa darating na Martes. Tinatayang dagdag-presyo sa petrolyo sa susunod na linggo: • Diesel — P0.60-P0.70/litro• Gasolina — P0.30-P0.40/litro• Kerosene — P0.80-P0.90/litro    Ayon sa industry sources, ...

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