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Trump zig-zags on trade jarring but could get results, experts say

One-month old pigs stand in a pen at Duncan Farms in Polo, Illinois, US April 9, 2018. Picture taken April 9, 2018. Daniel Acker, Reuters President Donald Trump’s hard line on trade with China has fueled fears of an economically-damaging ...

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Tech dream still alive at TED gathering despite Facebook debacle

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies in a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing regarding the company’s use and protection of user data on Capitol Hill in Washington, US, April 11, 2018. Leah Millis, Reuters VANCOUVER, Canada – A month after ...

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Potential U.S.-China trade war would harm PH economy: businessman

On this week’s “Outside Looking In,” we talk to Guenter Taus, president of the European Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines, on how trade tensions between the United States and China would impact the Philippines. – Business Nightly, ANC, April ...

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Clark is the next big metro in Luzon, ECCP chief agrees

European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines President Geunter Taus on Friday said he agrees with the government’s vision of making Clark the next big economic hub in Luzon. Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III on Friday said Clark would be ...

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'NAIA will not last forever' – Tugade

MANILA – Transport Secretary Arthur Tugade on Friday said he estimates that the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) has a remaining lifespan of 10 years due to congestion and new advancements in aviation technology. “NAIA will not last forever because ...

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What to Do When Your Car Gets Repossessed

Losing your car is painful. The hard-earned money you paid in the monthly installments is gone in an instant. It can also affect your work or business. Without a car, you are forced to rely on public transport, which right ...

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EU urges Facebook to 'cooperate fully' in data scandal

BELGIUM – The European Commission on Thursday called on Facebook to “cooperate fully” with investigators into the scandal over the harvesting of personal data of millions of users which were then shared with the British political consultancy, Cambridge Analytica. Facebook ...

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Duterte back in PH with $9 billion China deals

MANILA – President Rodrigo Duterte arrived in Davao City Friday dawn following his four-day visit in China and Hong Kong. In his speech, the president said he came back with $ 9 billion worth of investment pledges from China. The ...

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Presyo ng pad paper, notebook, tumaas

Nag-abiso ang mga paper manufacturer na nagkaroon ng pagtaas sa presyo ng school supplies gaya ng pad paper at notebook bunsod ng pagtaas ng presyo ng papel sa pandaigdigang merkado.  Labinlima hanggang 20 porsiyento ang dagdag-presyo sa paper school supplies, ...

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Global trade growth strong but at risk if spats escalate, WTO says

GENEVA – World goods trade will grow 4.4 percent this year, maintaining a rapid recovery that could nevertheless unravel if trade tensions escalate further, the World Trade Organization said in its annual forecast on Thursday. Global trade growth was in ...

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