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ING economist expects further weakness of peso as year ends

MANILA — An economist of ING Bank Manila forecasts further weakness for the Philippine peso by year-end on the back of recent depreciation of regional currencies.

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NEDA: Domestic demand can push 6% GDP growth for 2015

MANILA  (PNA) – The strong domestic demand can propel gross domestic product (GDP) growth of at least 6.0 percent

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Consumer sentiment improves in Q4 ’15

MANILA  (PNA) — Expectations of higher income due to increase of family members with job, 13th month pay and stable

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P334B needed for biodiversity conservation in the country, say

MANILA  (PNA) — The Philippines is one of 17 mega diverse countries, harboring more diversity of life per hectare than any other country in the world.

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Bill to disclose ATM Charges proposed

MANILA  (PNA) — In order to ensure that bank clients are informed and aware of transaction fees being charged

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Davao City’s Tesda training, accreditation center pushed

MANILA — A lawmaker is seeking to create a Technical Education and Skills Development Center in Barangay Malabog,

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90 kids join UIC Summer A Basics

AT LEAST 90 young boys, one of them, five-year-old Geoff Caseres, one of the youngest participants from different schools

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PH eyed as hub for Indian pharma firms

MANILA (PNA) — The Philippines can be a production hub in Southeast Asia (SEA) for Indian pharmaceutical

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Gov’t needs to support export: group

MANILA (PNA) — The Philippine Exporters Confederation Inc. (Philexport) emphasized the need

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Pay rules issued for Holy Week

MANILA (PNA) — The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) has issued pay rules for April 2

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