By Amy R. Remo
Despite perceived difficulties in doing business in the Philippines, officials of as many as 80 large Japanese enterprises will be arriving in the country in September to scout for investment opportunities in key sectors such as manufacturing, banking, energy and infrastructure.
By Ayan C. Mellejor
A ranking labor official has admitted the need to adjust minimum wages amid the rising cost of living.
By Ronnel W. Domingo
Labor productivity across 12 major industries in the Philippines hit a four-year high at 6.3 percent in 2013, according to the Philippine Statistics Authority.
The country’s individual wage earners may celebrate their Fridays with more money if a bill that seeks to lower the income tax rate becomes a law.
Toyota said Monday it has suspended production at its two Indian auto assembly plants in response to threats against management and “deliberate” assembly-line stoppages, following failed efforts to reach a labor deal.