Former Socioeconomic Planning secretary Ernesto Pernia said it is not too late for the government to ramp up spending on its coronavirus disease 2019 response to mitigate the impacts of
The Court of Tax Appeals has ordered a Pangasinan based-company to pay over P4 million in taxes for its importation of 603.15 metric tons of white rice in 2016. In
SOME of the country’s beauty queen did not hesitate to give a helping hand to the victims of typhoon Ulysses, particularly in the cities of Marikina and Quezon and the
A former monetary official highlighted the need for harmonized efforts to reopen the economy while addressing the impact of the pandemic to assure citizens that the government is on top
The chapter on Intellectual Property in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement would help push the Philippines to become an innovation hub for the region, according to Trade and Sec.
Private investment firm Januarius Holdings Inc. has partnered with Laguna-based property developer Ovialand, Inc that expects to book P4 billion in revenues over the next three years until 2023, as
The growth of the local information technology and business process management industry is expected to be flat this year amid the pandemic. The IT and Business Process Association of the
Vigilance among individuals and businesses alike are greatly needed now, especially since criminals continue to become more sophisticated even in the digital world. In a virtual briefing, Bangko Sentral Gov.
The rate of the Bangko Sentral’s 28-day debt paper declined on Friday amid the strong demand for the paper. Data released by the BSP showed that the average rate of
Finance Sec. Carlos Dominguez III has commended the Securities and Exchange Commission for keeping its high standard of “responsive and reliable” service in overseeing the corporate sector and protecting investors