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REUTERS/THOMAS WHITE/ILLUSTRATIONBy Luisa Maria Jacinta C. Jocson, Reporter THE NATIONAL Government’s (NG) gross borrowings declined in March as external debt dropped by nearly half, data from the Bureau of the Treasury (BTr) showed.Gross borrowings fell by 12.8% to P207.265 billion in March from P237.602 billion

BW FILE PHOTOTHE PESO may continue to depreciate further this year amid broad dollar strength, but the Philippine central bank may not need to intervene yet, analysts said.“The peso’s recent depreciation is a concern, but it’s part of a larger global trend,” Security Bank Corp.

A power substation is seen in Malate, Manila, April 18, 2024. — PHILIPPINE STAR/EDD GUMBANTHE ENERGY REGULATORY Commission (ERC) should raise the required reserve power capacity of the grid to prevent more outages in the future, an energy think tank said.“Having an increased reserve power

PATRICIA B. MIRASOL, a multimedia producer at BusinessWorld, won the Best in Health Innovation and Collaboration Reporting category at the 2023 Community Press Awards of the Philippine Press Institute (PPI).Ms. Mirasol tied as Outstanding National Journalist for the category with Pam Pastor of the Philippine

PHILSTAR FILE PHOTOSY-LED conglomerate SM Investments Corp. (SMIC) said it is preparing the funding for the New NAIA Infrastructure Corp. for the modernization of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).“There’s no problem [with the discussion.]  I think they have the substance and we believe that

1 of 4A MALL fashion show isn’t always on the top of our list for excitement, but such an event in SM Novaliches on April 26 proved to be meaningful and interesting.Enter Retashow: QC’s Walk to Sustainability, a fashion show that used textile scraps, as