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More power projects in the pipeline for Mindanao: DOE

DIFFERENT energy generation companies expressed interest to build power projects in Mindanao with combined indicative rated capacity of 2,454.86 megawatts, data

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Local tourism office braces for impact of martial law on Davao

THE DECLARATION of Martial Law in Mindanao will negatively impact tourist arrivals in Davao City, a top official of City Tourism Operations Office (CTOO) said.

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Excise taxes on oil products to result in inflation

AN OFFICIAL of a progressive party-list group claimed that the plan to increase the excise taxes of oil products will result in price increases.

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Plan to modernize airport through PPP terminated

THE ADMINISTRATION has scrapped the plan to pursue via public-private partnership (PPP) the P40.57 billion-Davao International Airport (DIA) modernization project

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NTC XI eyes P45-M in revenues for 2017

THE REGIONAL office of the National Telecommunication Commission (NTC) is targeting to collect P45 million in revenues

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Proposed cap on distribution systems loss up for debates

THE ENERGY Regulatory Commission (ERC) will set a series of public consultations next week on the proposed draft rules

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Changing women’s lives

ENRICH women’s lives. That is the mission of Mary Kay Philippines as it goes beyond selling cosmetics and skincare products.

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WESM operations to be delayed

THE COMMERCIAL operation of the wholesale electricity spot market (WESM) for Mindanao will not yet to push through next month as the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC)

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Biz group signs pact with MinDA

BENT on helping to spur development Mindanao, the European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP) has signed an agreement with the Mindanao Development Authority (MinDA)

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Sea connectivity expected to attract more cargoes

THE RECENTLY launched sea connectivity between Davao and General Santos Cities in Mindanao and Bitung in Indonesia is expected to attract more investors that will allow the shipping company

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