|Unilever starts construction of largest distribution center in Philippines Consumer goods giant Unilever has commenced construction of the largest distribution center in the Philippines, which forms part of the company’s six-year P6 billion investment commitment in the country.|
|Construction seen to fuel Phl growth The construction industry is expected to continue playing an important part in the Philippines’ projected economic growth, especially as the country embarks on the “golden age” of infrastructu...|
|DTI to go after direct selling scammers The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) plans to keep a close watch on firms engaged in direct selling activities in hopes of preventing new scam cases in the future.|
|PEZA closes its doors to online gaming firms The Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) is shutting its doors to online gaming firms amid the approval given by the Office of the President to accommodate the legal ones, the agency’s top official s...|
|Phl expected to improve ease of doing business The Philippines is expected to post an improvement in the World Bank’s “Doing Business” report this year but will likely fall short of cracking the top third of the global rankings, Trade Secretary...|
|BOI investments rise 25% in first 4 months Investments approved by the Board of Investments (BOI) likely soared 25 percent in the first four months this year as investors continue to position for the “golden age” of infrastructure in the cou...|
|DTI tightens rules on cement, steel imports The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is imposing tougher rules on imported construction materials such as cement and steel to ensure the safety of consumers, especially in line with the recent earthquakes that...|
|Investors flock to Subic, Clark Foreign and local investors continue to flock to the Clark-Subic area ahead of upcoming big-ticket projects by the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) and Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA).|
|PCC elevates case to probe telco buyout The Philippine Competition Commission (PCC) has elevated to the Supreme Court its attempt to probe and halt the completion of the buyout of the telecommunication assets of San Miguel Corp. (SMC) by PLDT and Globe...|
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