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PH, Efta to start free trade talks

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The Philippines and the four member states of the European Free Trade Association (Efta) are set to start negotiations for a free trade agreement, following the successful conclusion of the so-called “scoping exercises” between the two parties on Monday.

Posted: November 26th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

Singapore investments in PH seen rising

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Three Singaporean companies are expected to expand their operations and increase their investment exposure in the Philippines, on the back of the continued strong performance of the local economy.

Posted: November 22nd, 2014 in Headlines,Latest Business Stories | Read More »

Thai, PH trade execs to thresh out issues

Philippine trade officials are set to meet with their counterparts in Thailand to thresh out issues regarding the latter’s compliance to a World Trade Organization ruling three years ago concerning taxes imposed on imported cigarettes.

Posted: November 18th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

Oil prices down in Asian trade

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Oil prices slipped in Asia Monday but losses were limited by speculation that the OPEC cartel would be forced to cut output to prevent further big losses, analysts said.

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

Professionalizing association executives in PH

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OCTAVIO PERALTA:Managing an association or a chamber or any
membership association isn’t easy.

It’s one profession that children are not likely to think of when asked what they want to be when they grow up.

Posted: November 17th, 2014 in Headlines,Inquirer Features | Read More »

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  • Pastor family getting death threats
  • Roxas urges Maserati owner to surrender
  • Prosecution hits postponement of Elenita Binay’s arraignment
  • Sports

  • Samboy Lim collapses, rushed to hospital
  • Ana Ivanovic leads Indian Aces over Singapore Slammers
  • Tennis superstars ring opening bell at stock market
  • Filipinos catch Sharapova fever at IPTL
  • Sharapova misses Thanksgiving, looks forward to IPTL in Manila
  • 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

  • Sergio Mendes endears himself to Filipino audience
  • 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
  • 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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