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A cabinet split is hampering the government’s efforts to deal with the nationwide shortage of lorry drivers that threatens fuel supplies at some petrol...

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Pubgoers are flocking back to their locals, according to figures that drew a cautious toast from the industry but also prompted warnings of fresh...

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Ministers are backing a multibillion-pound plan to build another large-scale nuclear power plant in Britain to ease pressure on electricity supplies as the country...

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The Philippines’ balance of payment position (BoP) hit $1.044 billion in August, the highest in four months, due to increased special drawing rights (SDR)...

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Consumers were less pessimistic in the third quarter as more jobs opened up, but business sentiment turned sour amid a fresh surge in coronavirus...

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The Philippine central bank fully awarded the short-term securities it sold at an auction on Friday, even as rates rose on growing inflation fears....

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The party founded by the late dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos, Sr. has nominated his only son and namesake as its presidential bet for the 2022 elections.  Kilusang Bagong Lipunan, which was founded in 1978, announced...

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By Bianca Angelica D. Añago, Reporter The Philippines reported 18,659 coronavirus infections on Friday, bringing the total to 2.45 million. The Department of Health...

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The government bought millions of expired and substandard face shields for healthcare professionals from a private company that was awarded more than P8 billion...

Economy

The House of Representatives on Friday approved on second reading a bill that seeks to extend voter registration until Oct. 31.  Congressmen approved House Bill 10261 after the Commission on Elections (Comelec) refused to extend the Sept. 30 deadline.  The Senate approved a counterpart bill on second reading on Wednesday. ...

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The Office of the Ombudsman is open to revising a circular that restricts public access to the net worth statements of government officials, according to a congressman.  Zamboanga del Norte Rep. Romeo M. Jalosjos, Jr., who sponsored the Ombudsman’s 2022 budget, told a...

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THE Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approved the initial public offering (IPO) of supermarket operator AllDay Marts, Inc. and the bond offering of oil...

Economy

Twitter is rolling out a Tips feature that lets users send and receive one-time payments using third-party services, it announced on Sept. 23.   The social media platform is also adding recording and replay functions to Spaces (live audio conversations on Twitter); Super...

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