THE PESO closed nearly flat against the greenback on Tuesday as investors wait for the result of the US Federal Reserve’s policy meeting. The local unit finished trading at P48.08 per dollar, almost unchanged

By Revin Mikhael D. Ochave, Reporter PHILIPPINE shares declined anew on Tuesday as the country confirmed the local transmission of the new coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) variant from the United Kingdom (UK). The benchmark Philippine

SOCIOECONOMIC planners warned Congress that failure to pass pending reform legislation will likely stall the opening up of the economy, adding that without such laws, it may not be possible to expand foreign

THE Philippine focus on infrastructure investment has led to a corresponding lack of funding for social services like healthcare, with the resulting inability to efficiently deal with a public health crisis highlighting the

THE Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) said Tuesday that its regional offices have been ordered to shut down all open dumpsites by March. “Our EMB (Environment Management Bureau) regional director(s) will continuously

THE Transportation department said Tuesday that it took delivery of the first batch of train cars from Spain and Mexico for use of the Light Rail Transit Line 1 (LRT-1) Cavite extension. “This means

THE GOVERNMENT should admit pork imports with zero tariffs on an emergency basis to ease the price increases for the commodity, the Philippine Association of Meat Processors, Inc. (PAMPI) said. According to a letter

THE House of Representatives approved on second reading a measure that will reduce the taxes of health frontliners. In the plenary session on Tuesday, the lower house approved on second reading House Bill No.