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PEZA seeks autonomy from DTI amid TRAIN 2 uncertainty

The Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) blames the uncertainty brought by the planned rationalization of incentives under the second tax reform package for the reduction of fund inflows and job creation at PEZA zones. As Warren de Guzman tells us, ...

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Nets acquire Faried, Arthur from Nuggets

Kenneth Faried #35 of the Denver Nuggets dunks on Omri Casspi #18 of the Golden State Warriors at the Pepsi Center on November 4, 2017 in Denver, Colorado. Matthew Stockman/Getty Images/AFP NEW YORK — The Brooklyn Nets have acquired forwards ...

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AirAsia starts flying to Taipei from Clark

MANILA — AirAsia Philippines said Friday it started flying between Clark and Taipei. The maiden Clark-Taipei flight Z2 5126 took off on Thursday and was commandeered by AirAsia Philippines CEO, Captain Dexter Comendador, the airline said in a statement. "Our ...

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Lyceum's CJ Perez: From the streets to NCAA hoops

[embedded content] "Ball is life" in Pangasinan. NCAA Season 93 MVP CJ Perez talks about his beginnings in his home province and how he found success in college hoops. — Sports U, ABS-CBN, July 12, 2018 For more sports coverage, ...

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EU too soft on fiscal rules, risks from high-debt states- auditors

BRUSSELS – The European Commission has applied fiscal rules with excessive flexibility, making them ineffective in reducing debt in highly indebted states such as Italy, auditors said on Thursday, warning of risks of spillovers from negative market reactions. To address ...

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Australia prepares to ban Huawei from 5G over security fears

A worker adjusts the logo at the stand of Huawei at the CeBIT trade fair in Hanover, in this file picture taken March 15, 2015. Morris Mac Matzen, Reuters SYDNEY — Australia is preparing to ban Huawei Technologies Co Ltd ...

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Most Asian markets take inspiration from Wall Street rally

The local stock market largely shrugged off widening trade deficit concerns, with analysts saying this has been priced in. And while the Philippine Stock Exchange index managed to end above 7,200, its gains were limited. – Business Nightly, ANC, July ...

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Nolcom airlifts 23 dengue patients from Batanes Island, 1 dies before transit

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO – The military has been airlifting 23 dengue patients from the Batanes island town of Itbayat where an outbreak of the mosquito-borne disease has occurred. The Armed Forces’ Northern Luzon Command (Nolcom) based in Camp Aquino ...

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Duterte wants to ‘move on’ from Samar ‘misencounter’ – Palace

MANILA – President Rodrigo Duterte still refuses to pin blame on anyone for the fatal clash in Samar between the police and military and would like to “move on,” Malacañang said Thursday, even as families of the slain cops continued ...

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China court 'bans sales' of chips from US firm Micron

SHANGHAI – A Chinese technology firm embroiled in a patent dispute with US chip giant Micron said Wednesday that a court had ruled in its favor and ordered an immediate halt of several Micron products in China. According to the ...

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