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July cash remittances up 6% to $2.1 billion in July

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Filipinos abroad sent back home cash worth $2.063 billion in July—the biggest amount on a monthly basis so far in 2014.

Posted: September 15th, 2014 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

Unemployment down to 6.7% in July

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Unemployment eased in July as over a million new jobs were made available, representing an increase from the number of jobs that were created a year ago in the same month, the government reported Wednesday.

Posted: September 10th, 2014 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

Gov’t urged to invest in education, infra to draw more investments, create jobs

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The head of the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines urged the government to invest more in education and infrastructure for the energy and agriculture sectors to draw more investments that would open up more jobs for workers.

Posted: September 9th, 2014 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

Scrapping minimum wage to expose workers to abuse, virtual slavery—labor groups

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Labor groups in the country cautioned government policy makers on Tuesday against lifting the minimum wage requirement, saying that doing so would expose workers to abuse.

Posted: September 9th, 2014 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

More firms relocating to PH

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More companies are seen relocating to the Philippines as well as neighboring Indonesia and Malaysia to tap these countries’ young and educated talent base amid rising labor costs in China, according to global workforce solutions provider ManpowerGroup.

Posted: August 28th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

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  • PH Navy dispatches teams to rescue flood-stricken Metro Manila, Cavite residents
  • Malls offer free overnight parking as ‘Mario’ floods metro
  • Red warning signal up in Zambales, Tarlac; yellow for Metro Manila
  • Sports

  • PH set for battle as Asiad opens
  • Gilas may field full lineup as Douthit passes muster
  • Nat’l five, Lee off to Korea today
  • ‘Mario’ puts off NC cage, tablenet tiffs
  • UE, NU dispute F-4 spot today
  • Lifestyle

  • World class concert pianist takes center stage for an encore performance
  • Ballet Philippines to stage masterpieces in US, Canada
  • Mia Arcenas’s miracle: How to fit size 16 woman into size 0
  • See-through tops, olive drab and robe dressing for Spring 2015
  • How much do we know about martial law? You’ll be surprised
  • Entertainment

  • Taking risks pays off for Tom Rodriguez
  • Boy Abunda’s got the ‘Buzz’ back
  • Maria Leonora Teresa: Cautionary chiller lacks sinister edge
  • Mother of actress Cherry Pie Picache found dead in Quezon City home–reports
  • In defense of Parokya ni Edgar’s Chito Miranda
  • Business

  • Maybank forges alliance with Manchester United
  • PH seen weathering hike in US interest rates
  • Gov’t seen struggling to boost spending
  • China seeks to expand trade relations with Asean
  • Markets closed due to bad weather
  • Technology

  • Online piracy thrives in Internet cloud–study
  • Review: Larger iPhones eliminate reason to switch
  • Apple locks itself out of devices with passwords
  • Amazon unveils new Fire tablets and Kindle e-readers
  • Drag queens dress down Facebook over names
  • Opinion

  • Homecoming
  • A premature campaign speech
  • Fighting corruption in government procurement
  • ‘Speak, Memory’
  • Letter from Berlin
  • Global Nation

  • Philippine peacekeepers pull out early from Golan
  • In defense of Parokya ni Edgar’s Chito Miranda
  • German Chancellor Merkel urges China to settle dispute with PH, other countries
  • Aquino rules out China attack
  • Fil-Ams of Los Banos, California still giving to Haiyan rehab
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