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The country’s coconut oil exports bounced back in July this year after a slump in the previous month as traditional markets increased orders for their stock requirements, the United Coconut Association of the Philippines Inc. (UCAP) said on Tuesday. In a telephone interview, the Philippines CNO exports reached 115,104 metric…

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Some 80 percent of the total business processing management (BPM) centers aiming to expand in other regional areas are already “moving back to Metro Manila areas,” according to a Colliers International executive. Jie Espinosa, Colliers International office services director, told reporters at the Philippine Real Estate Market briefing on Tuesday…

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THE House Minority bloc’s move seeking a probe on the alleged P10 billion Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) scam via a House Resolution has failed to gain support from the Majority Coalition, it was learned Tuesday. The House Minority bloc filed their House Resolution on 160 on Tuesday which tasks…

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At least three years after then Senator Benigno Aquino 3rd promised to push for the passage of Freedom of Information law, the ruling Liberal Party that he chairs is still deferring its stance on the FOI measure. Rep. Ben Evardone of Eastern Samar, a member of the LP, made the…

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MAYOR Japal Guiani Jr. is currently safeguarding the original security camera footage of Monday’s bombing in the city and vowed to unmask the identities of those behind the incident should they not yield to authorities soon. More so, the local chief said to have in his possession documents pointing to…

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POLICE operatives on Tuesday intensified their intelligence information gathering after the deadly bombing incident that killed eight people and wounded 30 others in Cotabato City on Monday afternoon. The said explosion in Cotabato took place ten days after the Cagayan de Oro City bombing where eight people have died and…

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THE Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) on Tuesday formally opened the main terminal for Cavite- and Batangas-bound public utility buses (PUBs) located at the Uniwide reclamation area in Parañaque City. MMDA Chairman Francis Tolentino led the opening of the P24-million, 1.4-hectare Southwest Interim Transport Terminal (SITT) which will be used…