Home / Top News (page 30)

Top News

Malacañang, LGUs most trusted by Pinoys—poll

Filipinos gives an overwhelming confidence to the Office of the President at 82 percent and Local Government Units at 78 percent based on the latest Philippine Trust Index (PTI) of research group EON. 

Read More »

IMF issues bright growth outlook for local economy

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has relayed to the country’s economic managers the multilateral institution’s “very optimistic” growth outlook on the Philippines owing to the economy’s continued “impressive” performance. 

Read More »

Aquino’s P50-M tech project a white elephant, says DoF

The Department of Finance (DOF) has uncovered a P50 million “white elephant” left behind by the past administration that calls for a state-of-the-art “Disaster Recovery” (DR) Site to back up the operations of the Bureau of Treasury (BTr) in Manila from a city in the Visayas, where major telecommunications providers have not yet installed high-speed broadband connectivity networks to support …

Read More »

Study shows trademark use spurs econmic growth

A new study of the International Trademark Association (INTA) showed industries which intensively use trademarks contribute significantly to five major economies in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) members. 

Read More »

Energy deals boom amid robust growth

By Riza Lozada  Energy projects are starting to boom in anticipation of higher electricity demand as the economy pursues a steady growth. 

Read More »

Manila gets timely help on easing traffic jams

Singapore will provide assistance to the government in implementing solutions that will ease the traffic congestion in Metro Manila through the use of modern technology. 

Read More »

Germany eyes stronger relations with Philippines —envoy

By Gia Catimbang  The Federal Republic of Germany wants a stronger partnership with the Philippines to benefit the Filipinos through increased trade, technology transfer and more investments.

Read More »

WB to ramp up support for Mindanao projects

The World Bank Group vowed to scale up support for peace-building and development in Mindanao as part of the midterm adjustment of its country partnership strategy. 

Read More »

BSP honors Philippine heroes via coins

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) will issue commemorative circulation coins in celebration of the 100th birth anniversary of educator and historian Reverend Horacio dela Costa, and the 150th birth anniversaries of two Philippine Revolutionary Army officers, Generals Artemio Ricarte and Isidro Torres.

Read More »

Marawi crisis, martial law cut optimism

By Riza Lozada  The Marawi City crisis and martial law in Mindanao were among the factors cited for a dip in business sentiment for the third quarter, according to the periodic Business Expectation Survey of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP).

Read More »