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CEBU CITY: The 44-year-old lawyer of self-confessed drug trader Kerwin Espinosa was killed in an ambush in the North Reclamation Area, shortly after attending a court hearing at the Cebu City Hall before noon on Monday. Jonnah John Ungab, vice mayor of Ronda town in south Cebu, succumbed to two…

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MALACAÑANG on Monday insisted the Duterte administration did not give up any territory to China, after a UP maritime law expert said the Philippines was “trading away too much, too early and too soon in dealing with China.” “On the contrary, we have upheld our national interest and produced tangible…

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It was a manic Monday for commuters as the first trip of the Metro Rail Transit 3 (MRT-3) was delayed by more than an hour because of a power supply failure in its northern stations. MRT-3 operations normally start at 5:30 a.m. but trains were only deployed at 6:50 a.m.…

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In its “Declaration of Principles and State Policies,” the Constitution, in Article II, Sec. 26, declares, “the State shall guarantee equal access to opportunities for public service and prohibit political dynasties as may be defined by law.” The seemingly innocuous phrase “as may be defined by law” has proven to…

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Tankers, cargo and container ships, passenger liners, fishing vessels—there are as many types of ships as there are costs involved in their onshore or onshore operations. But whatever these costs are, these are predicted to rise this year. However these may increase, shipping companies hope they would still generate profits.…

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The Department of Trade and Industry’s (DTI) Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions (Citem) seeks to expand the Philippines’ shipbuilding sector through its participation in the 15th Asia Pacific Maritime (APM) exhibition in Singapore from March 14 to 16. “With the onset of globalization, opportunities are [becoming] immense in…

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