As the Battista's wind tunnel and simulation development programme picks up speed in Italy under the guidance of Development Driver Nick Heidfeld, Automobili Pininfarina has confirmed that the world's first pure-electric luxury hypercar will make its Monterey Car Week public debut at The Quail on 16 August 2019.
The FTC announced last year it reopened its investigation into a 2011 privacy settlement with Facebook after revelations that personal data on tens of millions of users was hijacked by the political consultancy Cambridge Analytica, which was working on the Donald Trump campaign in 2016.
Barrera noted that PSMA has invested billions of pesos over the years in improving their production systems and have supported the communities and people where their mills are located. The industry has also been encouraged by government through legislation like the Biofuels, Renewable Energy and the Sugar Industry Development Acts.
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III has directed the Privatization Management Office (PMO) and the Philippine Deposit Insurance Corp. (PDIC) to discuss with state-run banks and the Commission on Audit (COA) ways to relax stringent auditing rules that have long hobbled government efforts to dispose of its idle assets, the Department of Finance (DOF) said in a statement on Tuesday.
After the Kapa-Community Ministry International Inc. (KAPA) incident, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has intensified its crackdown against more groups allegedly employing a Ponzi scheme, or an investment program where investors are lured with impossibly high returns and paid out of the capital contributed by later investors.
A respected economist has projected an improvement in the Philippines’ net foreign direct investment due to a confluence of factors, including advancements in the country’s investment grade, decline in interest rates, and possible trade deal between the US and China.
Monetary officials called the marginal rise in the country's inflation rate as "temporary" and does not indicate a turn-around from its downward trajectory in the last six months. This, after the Philippines posted a 3.2 percent inflation rate last month, marginally higher than the 3 percent in April.