Quantcast
Home » byline

Gov’t regulation needed

By

At the Oct. 16 Senate hearing on port congestion chaired by Sen. Bam Aquino, a government official said regulation was no longer the approach used by the government on trade matters. But an Alyansa Agrikultura representative stated that unless there was more government intervention, the congestion would continue to significantly harm not only trade, but also the livelihood of poor people such as small farmers and fisherfolk.

Posted: October 28th, 2014 in Columnists,Inquirer Columns | Read More »

Suggested retail prices help consumers, farmers

By

Suggested retail prices (SRPs) can help consumers get lower prices and farmers obtain higher prices for their produce.

Posted: October 23rd, 2014 in Columnists,Featured Columns,Inquirer Columns | Read More »

Franchised trucks and port congestion

By
trucks

If the announced Oct. 17 deadline to get colorum trucks off the streets is implemented, then port congestion will likely worsen and further harm the livelihood of our farmers and fisherfolk.

Posted: October 14th, 2014 in Columnists,Inquirer Columns | Read More »

New coconut levy paradigm

By

At the Philippine Council for Agriculture and Fisheries Coco-Cacao Summit on Sept. 18-19, it was decided that a new coconut levy paradigm had to be implemented to give the long-suffering coconut farmers justice and a chance for a better life.

Posted: October 2nd, 2014 in Columnists,Inquirer Columns | Read More »

Farmer collaboration in port decongestion

By

To benefit themselves and their fellow Filipinos, farmers must collaborate with other sectors. This was seen recently in the farmers’ struggle to ease port congestion.

Posted: September 25th, 2014 in Columnists,Inquirer Columns | Read More »

Advertisement

News

  • Cayetano cites Instagram posts as proof of Binays’ farm ownership
  • More doubts on Tiu claim
  • SC announces half-day for courts on October 31, 2014
  • Juan Flavier’s body to lie in state at UP Diliman; charity contributions over flowers preferred
  • UNA wants Mercado testimony stricken off record
  • Sports

  • In-form Que fires 67, just 2 off in $7-M KL tourney
  • Pau Gasol, Bulls spoil Fisher’s coaching debut
  • Cagayan rises from 1st set woe, routes Meralco in four sets
  • Chot Reyes disputes report of Gilas disbandment
  • IEM lashes out on Systema on finals V-League preview
  • Lifestyle

  • More to love at makeup brand’s new outpost
  • Apple CEO Tim Cook declares he’s gay
  • Boy or girl? Family with 12 sons awaits baby 13
  • Stylish Halloween best at Buddha-Bar Manila’s Halloween Fright Night
  • The watch makes its debut in the Morellato DROPS range
  • Entertainment

  • Winter’s wife has blues listening to his new album
  • Simon Baker coy about rumored end of ‘Mentalist’
  • Kris Aquino says she is saving up so she can lead a private life
  • Did you know…
  • Two nods for PH at APSA
  • Business

  • BSP braces for hike in US interest rates
  • Share prices close higher
  • Despite differences, China-PH trade on the rise
  • Finance open to changes in tax system
  • Gross revenues of key industries up 10.8% in Q2
  • Technology

  • Computers help search for the dead
  • 9 common scams on social media
  • DOJ to telcos: Help us block child porn sites
  • Nestle Japan hiring 1,000 robots to sell espresso machines
  • Parallel Planets on print
  • Opinion

  • No one cared enough
  • Editorial cartoon, October 31, 2014
  • ‘Wang-wang’ lives
  • Birth of Frankenstein
  • Frightening ourselves
  • Global Nation

  • After 6 years, SC set to rule on Jpepa legality
  • Korean arrested after selling marijuana to PDEA agent
  • DFA chief Del Rosario admits VFA not perfect
  • PH urges citizens to leave Ebola-hit Africa
  • US donates $300,000 to rebuild Eastern Samar church
  • Marketplace
    Advertisement