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PH, Malaysia to lead regional growth

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The Philippines and Malaysia are expected to lead Southeast Asia’s economic growth for the rest of the year while the rest of the region is expected to catch up by 2015, lifted by advanced markets’ improving situation. INQUIRER FILE PHOTOS

The Philippines and Malaysia are expected to lead Southeast Asia’s economic growth for the rest of the year while the rest of the region is expected to catch up by 2015, lifted by advanced markets’ improving situation.

Posted: September 2nd, 2014 in Editor's Pick,Featured Gallery,Headlines,Photos & Videos | Read More »

Index closes higher after 2-day slump

The local stock barometer recorded a modest gain on Monday after a two-day slump, tracking mostly buoyant regional markets.

Posted: September 2nd, 2014 in Editor's Pick,Headlines | Read More »

T-bill rates ease despite inflation fears

Government short-term costs fell at the Treasury’s auction Monday despite the threat of inflation—likely higher in August—that could prompt monetary authorities to be more aggressive in tightening.

Posted: September 2nd, 2014 in Editor's Pick,Headlines | Read More »

World Bank OKs $508-M fund for PH

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A DONATION of P45,000 is enough to buy a multipurpose engine with tractor and trailer. Millions of farmers are expected to benefit from a new financing package approved by the World Bank that seeks to fund livelihood and infrastructure projects aimed at the agriculture sector. FILE PHOTO

Millions of farmers are expected to benefit from a new financing package approved by the World Bank that seeks to fund livelihood and infrastructure projects aimed at the agriculture sector.

Posted: September 1st, 2014 in Editor's Pick,Headlines,Latest Business Stories,Photos & Videos | Read More »

ALI sets aside P6B to develop Palawan estate

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Property giant Ayala Land Inc. is investing P6 billion to develop within the next five years the first phase of scenic beachfront tourism estate Lio Resort Town in northern Palawan, master-planned as an ecologically sustainable community.

Posted: September 1st, 2014 in Editor's Pick,Headlines | Read More »

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  • Pangasinan gov suspends classes in school where shooting happened
  • Protect God’s creation, Tagle urges faithful
  • Senate rules not one-sided, Joker Arroyo told
  • Floods displace 25,000 in Maguindanao; Cebu suspends classes
  • Ibalong fest brings cheer to city damaged by ‘Glenda’
  • Sports

  • From Boxing to baseball: Pacquiao throws first pitch in Dodgers-Nationals game
  • Serena Williams into US Open quarters, sick Bouchard out
  • Greece too powerful for Gilas 5
  • Gilas digs deep into Fiba war zone
  • Former PBA import Balkman tangles with Gilas aces
  • Lifestyle

  • Study claims cave art made by Neanderthals
  • Drilon takes ice challenge
  • A place for dogs to dine–and their humans can come, too
  • Guard against dengue–keep your environment clean
  • Reincarnation, suicide and the afterlife
  • Entertainment

  • ‘Guardians’ tops Labor Day, summer box office
  • Actor Mark Gil ‘exits’ before dream play can open
  • Indies go to Teatrino
  • Forever Papa Piolo
  • GMA 7’s edge
  • Business

  • SM Prime raises P20B from retail bond issue
  • DoubleDragon takes over Skysuites property in QC
  • NGCP eyes cost recovery charge
  • PH, Malaysia to lead regional growth
  • Local consumers prefer ‘brick and mortar’ grocery experience
  • Technology

  • ALS Ice Bucket Challenge arrives in North Korea
  • ‘Internet fasting’—returning to the real world
  • PH ranks 8th in Ice Bucket Challenge participation
  • Google tests using drones to deliver goods
  • DigiTech conference, Best of Anime to keep September busy
  • Opinion

  • Not worth the brag
  • ‘Hilaw’
  • Transition curve?
  • Should he inhibit?
  • Pitching in for inclusive growth
  • Global Nation

  • ‘OFW body handled with respect’
  • ‘Better to watch dolphins on TV’
  • PH peacekeepers defied UN order to surrender
  • Keeper of Afghan culture cited
  • Planned repatriation of OFWs in West Africa put on hold
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