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Interest rates seen to remain low

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Lower food and fuel costs led to a slower rate of consumer price increases in October as expected, giving space for authorities to encourage economic activity by keeping interest rates low. INQUIRER FILE PHOTOS

Lower food and fuel costs led to a slower rate of consumer price increases in October as expected, giving space for authorities to encourage economic activity by keeping interest rates low.

Posted: November 6th, 2014 in Editor's Pick,Headlines | Read More »

PH business ranking drops; truck ban cited

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The Philippines’ ranking dropped nine spots from 86 in 2014 to 95 in the “Doing Business 2015″ report of the World Bank, released Wednesday.

Posted: October 29th, 2014 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

Class of the titans

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While some groups are calling for the conservation of another old building in the once swanky district in the City of Manila called Binondo, the biggest question in their campaign is this: Who really owns the building?

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

Next 8 weeks critical, warn business execs

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Philippines Congested Container Port

The next eight weeks will be a critical period for the government to implement additional measures to resolve the continuing congestion at the Manila ports, which is feared to lead to shortages of and price spikes in consumer goods.

Posted: October 17th, 2014 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

Manila, HK ink air deal

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The Philippines and Hong Kong sealed on Wednesday a new air deal doubling weekly flights to and from Manila. Photo shows the Hong Kong harbor. Hong Kong remains a popular destination for Filipino tourists and migrant workers.

The Philippines and Hong Kong sealed on Wednesday a new air deal doubling weekly flights to and from Manila.

Posted: October 17th, 2014 in Headlines,Latest Business Stories | Read More »

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  • Roxas urges Maserati owner to surrender
  • Prosecution hits postponement of Elenita Binay’s arraignment
  • Sandigan convicts former mayor of graft for P100k-worth of tires
  • British scientists trial 15-minute Ebola test in Guinea
  • Sports

  • Tennis superstars ring opening bell at stock market
  • Filipinos catch Sharapova fever at IPTL
  • Sharapova misses Thanksgiving, looks forward to IPTL in Manila
  • Beermen, Aces try to stay on top
  • Adeogun keys Lions’ victory
  • Lifestyle

  • HABITAT FOR HUMANITY PHILIPPINES LAUNCHES CHRISTMAS CAMPAIGN WITH RENOWNED ARTIST ROBERT ALEJANDRO
  • When is the best time to purchase a home?
  • Happy Mobile. Happiness is on Hand
  • Rockwell Primaries: Living more than the usual
  • The colorful world of Tokidoki
  • Entertainment

  • Jason and Jane: The perfect music match
  • Laxamana’s ‘Magkakabaung’ wins prize in Hanoi
  • ‘Hunger’ becomes war–and all bets are off
  • Musical treats for denim diehards
  • Shia gets treatment
  • Business

  • Aboitiz Equity extends retiring CEO’s term
  • Despite slowdown, traders still upbeat on economy
  • Winning more customer visits
  • GDP target now out of reach
  • Andy Murray in PSE?
  • Technology

  • IBM, FUSE, donate ‘Kidsmart’ computers to Leyte, Sorsogon schools
  • Website promoting illicit affairs launched in PH
  • Globe website hacked due to ‘poor internet connection service’
  • DOJ asked to probe phone, Internet use at penitentiary
  • Ride-sharing app Tripda arrives in PH
  • Opinion

  • Revolutionary colorum
  • Comelec warns pols against premature campaigning
  • What’s in a Katipunan name?
  • Good stats
  • Coco farmers and women
  • Global Nation

  • China urged to respect PH justice system
  • DNA samples in Laude case do not match Pemberton’s
  • Judge orders release of accused in Sipadan kidnapping case
  • Indonesian, 2 Filipinos convicted in 2002 bombing
  • Fil-Am elected mayor; another named to top judicial post
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