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Prices of pad papers, notebooks increase by at least 15%

Prices of school supplies like pad papers and notebooks have increased by 15 to 20 percent due to the increase in the prices of imported paper in the world market. – Business Nightly, ANC, April 12, 2018 Let’s block ads! ...

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Fuel prices to go down Tuesday

Some gas stations begin offering discounts to public utility vehicles, including cars from ride-hailing services Grab and Uber.  Motorists, meanwhile, receive a reprieve as pump prices are going down after consecutive weeks of hikes. – Business Nightly, ANC, March 12, ...

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Oil prices to rise anew Tuesday

Fuel prices head higher on Tuesday, snapping two weeks of rollbacks. Consumers should also brace for a higher electricity bill after Luzon’s power grid has been placed on yellow alert. – Business Nightly, ANC, February 26, 2018 Let’s block ads! ...

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Oil firms to roll back pump prices Tuesday

After six straight weeks of oil price hikes, fuel companies will implement a big-time roll back on Tuesday. Meanwhile, four suspended Energy Regulatory Commissioners are now back to work after they were granted a temporary restraining order from the Court ...

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Supermarket owners say prices of goods rose amid TRAIN

A consumer group claims prices of basic goods in supermarkets and small stores have already gone up just over a month after the new tax reform law’s implementation. – Business Nightly, ANC, February 7, 2018  Let’s block ads! (Why?) Business

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Diesel, gasoline prices up anew

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No mechanism to prevent abuse, profiteering in oil prices — DOE

AP FILE PHOTO The government is having difficulty stopping oil companies from raising the prices of their products following the implementation of the Tax Reform Acceleration and Inclusion Act (Train), an official of the Department of Energy (DOE) told senators ...

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Train effect: DTI dared to prove prices won’t rise much

Sen. Franklin Drilon (File photo by GRIG C. MONTEGRANDE / Philippine Daily Inquirer) Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon challenged the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) on Sunday to prove its claim that price increases to be caused by new ...

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Small businesses to hike prices on sugary drinks due to tax reform

A tax expert urges the government to monitor retailers who may take advantage of higher taxes on fuel and sugary drinks. Meanwhile, employees may expect a bigger take-home pay this month due to the implementation of lower income tax rates. ...

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Well-loved Kapampangan buffet likely to raise prices next year due to power cost

MANILA – The popular Filipino buffet restaurant Cabalen is likely to raise prices next year due to rising power cost in the country, one of the highest in Asia, CEO Maritel Nievera said.  Although Cabalen cuts cost of raw ingredients ...

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