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By Lourdes O. Pilar, ResearcherTHE PHILIPPINES posted a trade deficit of $3.65 billion in February, the slimmest in five months, as exports and imports both grew at the fastest pace in 16 months, data from the statistics office showed.Preliminary data from the Philippine Statistics Authority

Photo from rawpixel.com / FreepikAs the world moves towards a sustainable future, the global economy is committed to achieving a net-zero economy, with 90% of industries driving an unprecedented transformation. In this transition, according to a report published by Sustainable Market Initiative, the insurance industry

SAN MIGUEL CORP. (SMC) announced on Thursday its board’s approval of a P20-billion bond offering as part of the company’s fundraising efforts.In a stock exchange disclosure, SMC said the approved fixed-rate peso-denominated bond offer will be issued from the remaining P50-billion shelf-registered bonds.SMC’s board also

By Brontë H. Lacsamana, ReporterAlbum ReviewDream TalkStill CornersWrecking Light RecordsDREAM pop is a genre of music that mixes alternative rock sensibilities with psychedelia. Born in the 1980s in the fringes of the United Kingdom and the United States’ music scenes, it leans into an atmosphere