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PHILIPPINE STARMIGUEL DE GUZMANBy Luisa Maria Jacinta C. Jocson, ReporterFIRMS’ fundraising and lending activities are seen to surge in the second half of this year amid the expected easing by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP). “The BSP’s possible policy shift signals a positive step

A woman shops for shoes at a market in Marikina, July 17, 2024. — PHILIPPINE STAR/WALTER BOLLOZOSDOMESTIC DEMAND in the Philippines and other emerging Asian economies is expected to remain muted amid a high interest rate environment, S&P Global Ratings said.“Consumer demand is more subdued

WHATWOLF-FREEPIKTHE UNITS of San Miguel Corp. (SMC) and ACEN Corp. will undergo post-qualification evaluation after Manila Electric Co. (Meralco) identified their bids as the most competitive for a 500-megawatt (MW) renewable energy (RE) supply contract.San Roque Hydropower, Inc. (SRHI), Gigasol3, Inc., and Santa Cruz Solar

By Brontë H. Lacsamana, ReporterMovie ReviewTwistersDirected by Lee Isaac ChungA MODERN-DAY rehashing of a beloved, campy 1996 disaster blockbuster — this is what people expect from Twisters. Surprisingly, Lee Isaac Chung’s follow-up to the original defies the nostalgia that permeates sequels today, with it being

UNILEVER.COM.PHUNILEVER Philippines is planning to expand its food product portfolio to support the evolving needs of its customers in the Philippines, a company official said.The company plans to bring some of its products, available in other markets, to the Philippines, Unilever Philippines Nutrition Business Unit