SM City San Pablo City on Friday awarded five security personnel assigned at the Shopping Center Management Corp. (SCMC) for turning over valuable things, including cash money found, during their routine closing inspections.
Low and stable labor costs in the Philippines are attracting Japanese companies to set up shop in the Philippines. One in particular, the electronics company Epson is building its biggest manufacturing plant in Batangas, aside from its existing facilities.
TAKE THAT, CHINA! – Philippines to submit 300-year-old map to UN to debunk China’s 9-dash line claim
The Philippine government will be submitting to the United Nations Tribunal on the Law of the Sea in The Hague this week an almost 300-year-old …
While admitting he bears no grudge against the Catholic Church, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte also said he does not agree with some of its practice which supposedly scared people to follow its doctrines using the concept of hell.
The province’s strong anti-crime policy is underscored when two out-of-town councilors were arrested; one of them for selling counterfeit certificates and receipts and fining the other one for flouting an anti-smoking ordinance.
As tensions in the East China and South China Seas continue to escalate, the Group of Seven nations (G7) is “deeply concerned” about tensions in the East and South China seas, announced by the leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States, the President of the European Council and the President of the European Commission during G7 meeting.
According to Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Philippines Inc. headed by Nobuo Fuiji, some of the firms had already started moving their operations here last year, because the Philippines is as a very competitive country.
United States Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC) Chairman Senator John McCain inserted the initiative to offer support – in the form of training and weapons – In the Philippines and other allied countries like Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.
The Philippines may now start getting surveillance aircraft, patrol vessels and military equipment from Japan to defend itself in an increasingly aggressive behavior of China in West Philippines Sea, according to a report by Japan’s Kyodo News Agency.
A Philippine lawmaker believes the Pentagon’s decision to send its biggest aircraft carrier to Japan is a show of force to China that the United States is committed to defend its allies when the situation calls for the worst.