By Jenina P. Ibañez, Reporter PHILIPPINE INDUSTRIES are struggling with higher import costs caused at least in part by global supply chain constraints amid the coronavirus pandemic. The local steel industry, being relatively small, is

ELECTRONICS EXPORTS growth this year could exceed the initial target if supply chain limitations are resolved, the industry group’s top official said. Semiconductor and Electronics Industries in the Philippines, Inc. (SEIPI) President Danilo C.

CAR SALES in May increased by more than four times from the same month last year after coming off a low base. A joint report from the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines,

A SECURITIES and Exchange Commission (SEC) panel revoked the license and slapped a P32-million fine on Venture Securities, Inc. (VSI) and key officers over fraud that led to the collapse of another brokerage,

Grid operator says department policy will not eliminate brownouts By Angelica Y. Yang, Reporter THE Department of Energy (DoE) told privately owned National Grid Corp. of the Philippines (NGCP) on Monday to reduce its transmission

STREAMING your favorite hour-long television show is the environmental equivalent of boiling a kettle for six minutes or popping four bags of popcorn in the microwave, according to an industry-backed study from climate

PRIVATE firms in the country should invest more in digitalization and innovation to remain competitive as technological advancements accelerates because of the coronavirus pandemic, Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III said. “As our country

A DETECTIVE, a rookie policeman, and a politician are caught up in a series of crimes in the new HBO Asia Original Taiwan series, Trinity of Shadow, now showing on HBO GO. Directed by