BW FILE PHOTOPHILIPPINE SHARES rebounded on Wednesday, following Wall Street’s rise amid hawkish statements from the US Federal Reserve chair.The 30-member Philippine Stock Exchange index (PSEi) went up by 41.82 points or 0.6%

BW FILE PHOTOTHE PESO rebounded against the dollar on Wednesday on profit taking and remarks from the US Federal Reserve chief.The local currency closed at P54.80 versus the greenback on Wednesday, strengthening by

PHILIPPINE STAR/KRIZ JOHN ROSALESBy Kyle Aristophere T. Atienza, ReporterTAX and finance experts on Wednesday urged President Ferdinand R. Marcos, Jr. to pay his family’s P200-billion estate tax to make his government credible in

OFFICE OF THE PRESS SECRETARYPRESIDENT Ferdinand R. Marcos, Jr. on Wednesday said his five-day visit to Japan would cement Philippine ties with major Asia-Pacific countries amid regional challenges. “My bilateral visit to Japan

DOT PHOTOBy Beatriz Marie D. Cruz  A LAWMAKER has proposed imposing an entry tax on foreign visitors to help fund tourism development programs.  “The fixed rate of $25 is proposed to be competitive with that

THE PHILIPPINE government is putting on hold all contract applications of first-time Filipino domestic workers bound for Kuwait until significant reforms are reached from bilateral talks.  “Newcomers, who have never worked as domestic helpers

DENR.GOV.PHSENATOR Cynthia A. Villar is pushing for the passage of several bills that will create new protected areas and expand declared sites to remove the Philippines’ tag as a biodiversity “hotspot” where ecosystems

STUDENTS of the Mangingisda High School in Puerto Princesa City participate in a discussion on reproductive health and HIV conducted by a team from non-government organization Roots of Health. — ROOTSOFHEALTH.ORGLEGISLATION providing adolescents