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Bong Go backs construction of Bulacan airport

Senator Christopher “Bong” Go has expressed his support for the construction of the New Manila International Airport project in Bulacan while reminding its proponents to ensure compliance with labor, environmental and other applicable laws, rules and regulations. “I just want to very briefly state that I fully support the move to open a new airport […] The post Bong Go backs construction of Bulacan airport appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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DTI: EU threat ‘hypothetical’

There is no reason for them to withdraw the GSP+. The post DTI: EU threat ‘hypothetical’ appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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Senate bill seeks CL as commerce hub

The whole area of Central Luzon will be a preferred place for investment. The post Senate bill seeks CL as commerce hub appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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Pandemic induces P40-B fiscal gap

Government spending for the month was slightly higher by 0.38 percent at P283.3 billion versus the P282.2 billion in August 2019. The post Pandemic induces P40-B fiscal gap appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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Coco plan boon to 16K farmers

Smallholder coconut farmers are expected to improve their yield after Century Pacific Food Inc. (CNPF), through its coconut manufacturing arm Century Pacific Agricultural Ventures Inc. (CPAVI), signed a partnership with Friends of Hope for the donation of quality seedlings which will enable planting of productive coconut trees as replacement for old and non-fruit-bearing trees in […] The post Coco plan boon to 16K farmers appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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MerryMart, Panda form dark grocery

‘Dark Grocery’ stores will generally be located in select hidden locations and are exclusively intended for online deliveries. The post MerryMart, Panda form dark grocery appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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Tax targets will be met

If there’s anything that this COVID-19 did, (it) is to inject a large amount of uncertainty. The post Tax targets will be met appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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Automakers sue US gov’t over tariffs on Chinese imports

Major automakers Tesla, Volvo, Ford and Mercedes Benz have sued to the US government over tariffs on Chinese goods, demanding customs duties paid on imports be returned, with interest. The lawsuits were filed over the past days in the New York-based Court of International Trade and concern tariffs imposed by the US Trade Representative on […] The post Automakers sue US gov’t over tariffs on Chinese imports appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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French Open sets 1K crowd limit

The French Open at Roland Garros announced Wednesday it will limit the  crowd of spectators once again to as low as 1,000  a day after the government announced new limits in its battle against the coronavirus pandemic. French tennis chiefs had already reduced the number of fans allowed in for the season’s concluding Grand Slam […] The post French Open sets 1K crowd limit appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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More shopping experiences under ‘new normal’ at SM Masinag

It is said that disinfectant foggers reduce or eliminate microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria, fungus, mold, and mildew. Shoppers can now get their cars safely sanitized while they run errands and do shopping. Shoppers who have a minimum or accumulated receipt purchase of P5,000 from any mall tenant/s of the same day can avail of […] The post More shopping experiences under ‘new normal’ at SM Masinag appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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NPA leader arrested while undergoing treatment in Zambo Sur hospital

A ranking leader of the New People’s Army was arrested while seeking treatment at a hospital in Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur, the military reported. Arrested was Rowel Monasque alias “Jotham”/”Henry,” commander of the Western Mindanao Regional Party Committee’s Main Regional Guerilla Unit (MRGU), according to a report from the Army’s 53rd Infantry Battalion. Soldiers […] The post NPA leader arrested while undergoing treatment in Zambo Sur hospital appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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Military to review troop accounts after Facebook purge

The Philippine military said Wednesday it will review the social media accounts of service members after Facebook took down a network linked to state security forces it accused of “coordinated inauthentic behavior”. Facebook said it had removed two networks — one traced to the Philippines and another to China’s Fujian province — for violating its […] The post Military to review troop accounts after Facebook purge appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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Trainer of champion kickboxers fights for life

LA TRINIDAD, Benguet  – A coach who helped Cordillera fighters raked medals in last year’s Southeast Asian Games in Manila is now fighting for his life at the intensive care unit (ICU) of the Benguet General Hospital (BeGH). According to Highland Boxing Gym Brico Santig, 56-year-old Manuel Sanidad suffered a stroke Monday after conducting lessons […] The post Trainer of champion kickboxers fights for life appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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DOJ sets guidelines to protect students during online classes

The Department of Justice-Office of Cybercrime (DOJ-OCC) on Wednesday warned the public that there are possible security risks, abuses, and harmful contents in the use of videoconferencing services for online classes. DOJ-OCC Officer-in-Charge lawyer Charito Zamora said that while videoconferencing services open doors to many opportunities that make access to education easy, this could cause […] The post DOJ sets guidelines to protect students during online classes appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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PSL eyes own bubble beach volley game

The Philippine Superliga (PSL) has set its sight in holding its own bubble, a setup now widely used by major sports leagues across the globe while in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. League president Ian Laurel said while securing the nod of the government to stage indoor games remains in limbo, the league has […] The post PSL eyes own bubble beach volley game appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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Loans, grants for micro online firms

When the coronavirus pandemic struck the world early this year, online transactions thrived due to lockdowns and quarantine restrictions. But not all sellers earn enough, hence a bill that will provide a range of support in the form of loans and grants, training, and registration assistance is most welcome. Dubbed as saviors of the COVID-19 […] The post Loans, grants for micro online firms appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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‘Duterte is not a medical populist’

President Rodrigo Duterte is not a “medical populist” contrary to claims of an international journal, the Palace said Wednesday, insisting that the administration’s policies related to COVID-19 are guided by science. Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said this in response to a report made by the international journal “The Lancet,” which ranked the Philippines 66th out […] The post ‘Duterte is not a medical populist’ appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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8 suspected followers of Abu Sayyaf’s Sawadjaan yield

Eight suspected followers of Abu Sayyaf sub-commander Mundi Sawadjaan surrendered to soldiers in Sulu this afternoon, amid military operations against their leader, who is being hunted down for allegedly masterminding deadly bombings in the province. They were identified as Abdul Jihili, 28; Abu Yusop, 38; Sahira Sahibul, 28; Ali Jumsa, 38; Piedo Jumahari, 54; Mujib […] The post 8 suspected followers of Abu Sayyaf’s Sawadjaan yield appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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Tacloban cases going down

TACLOBAN CITY — New cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) are recorded daily here, but they are on the decline. Data from the City Epidemiology Surveillance Unit (CESU) showed that from a high of 339 active cases on 8 September, the number is down to 195 cases as of 21 September, a reduction of 42.5 […] The post Tacloban cases going down appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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Cebu virus culprits found

The Cebu City Emergency Operation Center (EOC) has pinpointed household transmission as the top coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cause of infections in recent weeks. From 5 to 18 September, EOC data showed 96 new cases came from household transmission, 41 from public markets and supermarkets and 41 from authorized persons outside of residence, locally stranded […] The post Cebu virus culprits found appeared first on Daily Tribune......»»

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