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The National Government’s budget deficit narrowed in March as revenue collections rose by 11%. -- Photo by Edd Gumban, The Philippine StarBy Luisa Maria Jacinta C. Jocson, ReporterTHE National Government’s (NG) budget gap narrowed in March amid a dip in tax collection and muted spending,

Motorists drive amid a sudden downpour along Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City, April 24. -- PHOTO BY MIGUEL DE GUZMAN, The Philippine StarTHE PHILIPPINE economy likely continued its growth momentum in the first quarter, although this may fall short of the government’s target, GlobalSource Partners

ASIALINK Finance Corp. (Asialink) is gearing up to conduct an initial public offering (IPO) by 2028, its chief executive officer said on Wednesday.In preparation for this milestone, the finance company is working to strengthen its financial standing, Asialink Chief Executive Officer Robert B. Jordan, Jr.

By Waya Araos-WijangcoIN THE sweltering metropolis, one of the best ways to cool down is to indulge in an icy traditional summer treat — the halo-halo.Halo-halo (Filipino for “mixed”) is, well, a mix of crushed or shaved ice, local sweets, and milk. Sometimes it is

MASSAMUN NUEA (BRAISED BEEF IN MASSAMUN CURRY)THERE’S NO going around it: it’s hot. We’re experiencing summer temperatures into the high thirties, and it feels like 40+, and it feels like punishment. Luckily, the Waldorf Astoria in Bangkok lent out its Thai chef, Akkawin “Pun” Pitrachart