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Aboitiz firm to introduce solar panels to Mindanao

An Aboitiz subsidiary is hoping to corner a sizeable market for its solar rooftop solutions to lure more companies and even households to adopt renewable energy sources.

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More Chinese investors interested in Mindanao

More Chinese investors have expressed interest in Mindanao even as a delegation arrived here last week as a leader of the foreign country acknowledged the growth potentials of the island.

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Mindanao seen as fastest growing market for cement

Building materials company Holcim Philippines is expecting Mindanao to become its fastest growing market as the government has identified the island as among the biggest beneficiaries of its infrastructure program.

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Biz group eyes Davao City as Mindanao int’l gateway

The Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) has pushed for the identification of Davao City as the main international gateway to Mindanao with the setting up of a bigger international airport.

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Business sector optimistic despite rising inflation rate

The business sector has allayed fears on the impact of surging inflation.

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Tax incentives pushed for Mindanao investors

The Mindanao business sector is urging the national government to craft a package of incentives for businesses to locate in the island.

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SMDC finalizing project in the city

The SM Development Corp. (SMDC), the real property arm of the Henry Sy group, is looking at launching its first condominium project in the city within the year, a top official said over the weekend.

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Apo View mgt. adding P15-M for renovation

The renovation of Apo View, which turned 70 this year, has continued as the company behind its operations is adding another P15 million this year to the P140 million it has spent since 2014 when the company took over its

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Wage hike okayed Businesses fear additional burden to micro-entrepreneurs and SMBs

The implementation of the P56-increase on the daily minimum wage is feared to result in a mass retrenchment in the micro and small and mid-sized business (SMB) sector.

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