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Rediscovering Tubbataha

Liveaboard ships, which are really floating hotels packed with dive gear, compressors, tanks, chase boats and the dive pros are the only way divers can access this marine park.

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A decade after debut, first A380s to be broken up

A German investment company said it would strip two unwanted Airbus A380 superjumbo passenger jets for parts after failing to find an airline willing to keep them flying following a decision by Singapore Airlines not to keep them in service.

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Auto makers review pricing amidst TRAIN law

Local automotive manufacturers and importers will review their vehicle pricing scheme while adjusting industry sales targets for 2018, after a experiencing a slump in sales in the first half after the implementation of a new tax law and the weakness of the peso.

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Bulacan pushes for NLEX-DPWH road expansion

Bulacan officials expressed their full support to the road network expansion plans of NLEX Corporation (NLEX) and the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), which propose to build new access roads to ease traffic congestion and improve travel convenience throughout Bulacan.

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DyipKo to invest P2.2-B for more new jeepneys

Ecodyip Inc. plans to expand its business by investing P2.2 billion in new modernized jeepneys to be deployed in new routes.

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PNR reopens Caloocan to Makati line

Twenty years after closing the Philippine National Railways (PNR) line from Caloocan to Dela Rosa in Makati, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has reopened the commuter service as part of the government’s initiative to revive the country’s rail system.

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Upgrading of Subic Bay Airport pushed

A proposal to upgrade the existing Subic Bay International Airport Metropolitan Authority to world-class status and as alternative to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) is being reviewed as part of the infrastructure projects being eyed for further development in Central Luzon.

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Lucio Tan builds ferry terminal in Aklan

BORACAY ISLAND, Aklan — The ongoing construction of a 120-hectare reclamation project of Lucio Tan will cater mostly to Chinese and South Korean tourist market.

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Mindanao railway project awaits China funding

The Mindanao railway project is now awaiting funding commitment from the Chinese government.

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Locals seen producing bulk of modern PUVs

The Board of Investments (BOI) plans to tap local players to produce 140,000 modern public utility vehicles (PUVs), while an additional 60,000 units will be slated for transport operators to import.

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