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Japan’s NEC to supply P440-M system to Phivolcs

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Japanese technology firm NEC Corp. will supply the Philippine government with about one billion yen or P440.9 million worth of disaster prevention system that will provide local government units (LGUs) clear-cut data on earthquakes.

Posted: March 17th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

Unemployment worsens to 7.5%

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Job fair in SM City Davao. INQUIRER MINDANAO FILE PHOTO

The Philippines’ unemployment rate rose to 7.5 percent in January from 7.1 percent a year ago, the Philippine Statistics Authority announced Tuesday.

Posted: March 12th, 2014 in Editor's Pick,Featured Gallery,Headlines,Photos & Videos | Read More »

More farm workers lost jobs in 2013

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Bad weather in 2013 snuffed out some 334,000 farm jobs, causing a record 2.8-percent contraction in agricultural employment, according to the Bureau of Labor and Employment Statistics.

Posted: February 2nd, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

PH to withstand impact of sudden capital outflow

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AMID the volatility in financial markets, a top economic manager has reiterated that local monetary and fiscal authorities had enough ammunition to take on various challenges that threaten to slow down the country’s economic growth momentum.

Posted: January 17th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

Bamboo houses for calamity-hit areas

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The Philippine Bamboo Foundation Inc. is set to collaborate with the government and international organizations to produce alternative green structures for the calamity-stricken areas in Bohol, Cebu, Leyte and Samar. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

The Philippine Bamboo Foundation (PBF) has been in collaboration with Habitat for Humanity and the Department of Social Welfare and Development for the development of bamboo-cement technology to be used to make sturdy, earthquake- and storm-proof houses for earthquake-stricken Bohol and Supertyphoon “Yolanda”-hit areas.

Posted: January 17th, 2014 in Inquirer Features,Property Guide | Read More »

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  • CA bars judge from hearing poll case vs Antique governor
  • Court finds cause to indict 2 cop execs of murder
  • DPWH cuts century-old tree in Quezon
  • Earthquake damages 2 schools in Southern Leyte
  • Sports

  • NU targets solo UAAP lead vs Adamson
  • NCAA: Lyceum Pirates shoot for 4th straight win
  • Army Lady Troopers gain lead of Shakey’s V-League
  • Filipino tracksters aim to end Asiad medal drought–Juico
  • PH loses Barbosa, Barcenilla returns
  • Lifestyle

  • Seeing Xian Lim through the eyes of a mother
  • Creative neighbors reinvent Pasay compound
  • Don’t do your children’s homework for them
  • Investing in a new appliance has its rewards
  • Hubby throws birthday bash for well-loved spouse
  • Entertainment

  • Marital row caught on cam
  • Lyca can go to school now
  • La vida Eugenia in Madrid
  • ‘Transition’ series off to a good start
  • TV5 supports Paolo Bediones
  • Business

  • 400MW supply shortage seen in 2015
  • P30B allotted for Araneta ‘extreme makeover’
  • Cautious trading seen ahead
  • Biz Buzz: Reopening the skies
  • Device to kick the vice
  • Technology

  • China investigating Microsoft in monopoly case
  • Samsung postpones launch of Tizen smartphone
  • Customs bureau warns public vs ‘Internet love scams’
  • Sona draws cheers, jeers, indifference from netizens
  • PH Internet slowest in Asean
  • Opinion

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  • ‘Carpe diem,’ Mr. President
  • Color-coded tears and memories
  • Incunabula in the Lopez Museum
  • What a difference a tear makes
  • Global Nation

  • Pope’s visit set: Jan. 15-19
  • Palace confirms Pope Francis’ visit on Jan. 15-19
  • EU plans to double aid to PH
  • New funding for PH digital payments startup eyeing remittance market
  • SF Manilatown to hold fundraiser for ailing dance artist Labayen
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