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Businessman Donald Dee passes away

December 2, 2018

Employers’ Confederation of the Philippines president Donald Dee passed away on Saturday, December 1, at the age of 72. “The business community lost a passionate champion and leader, a stalwart in the industry, and a staunch advocate of and for

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G-20 Leaders Concerned over U.S.-China Trade Tensions

December 1, 2018

Buenos Aires–A closely watched Group of 20 summit started in Buenos Aires on Friday for a two-day run, with participants voicing concerns over fierce U.S.-China trade friction. On the first day, some also said that the G-20 advanced and emerging

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PSE index ends lower

November 29, 2018

The Philippine Stock Exchange index closed lower at 7, 367.65, down 14.58 points on Thursday as trading wound down for November. But in the broader market, there were 112 gainers, 78 decliners and 52 shares unchanged. Volume reached 1.32 billion

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Ghosn Hires Renowned U.S. Law Firm: WSJ

November 27, 2018

New York–Former Nissan Motor Co. <7201> Chairman Carlos Ghosn has concluded a contract with a renowned U.S.-based law firm, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday. Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP, which represents major U.S. financial institutions, will defend

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Ty, chairman emeritus of Metrobank, passes away at 86

November 23, 2018

George S.K. Ty, one of the richest men in the Philippines and whose company forged a joint partnership with Toyota Motor Corp., died at the age of 86 Friday, the Metrobank Group said in a statement. Memorial services for Ty,

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Japan Govt Keeps Economic View Unchanged in Nov.

November 23, 2018

Tokyo–The Japanese government on Thursday kept its basic economic assessment unchanged in November, according to a monthly report released Thursday. “The Japanese economy is recovering at a moderate pace,” the government said in the report submitted to a meeting of

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Nissan Removes Disgraced Carlos Ghosn as Chairman

November 23, 2018

Yokohama–Nissan Motor Co.’s <7201> board of directors on Thursday unanimously voted to dismiss its leader, Carols Ghosn, as its chairman after he was arrested earlier this week for allegedly underreporting his executive pay. The decision was made at an extraordinary

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Philippines, Japan sign exchange of notes on two projects

November 21, 2018

The Philippines and Japan on Wednesday signed the exchange of notes on about 206 billion yen in concessional loans for the North-South Commuter Railway and Pasig-Marikina River Channel Improve projects. During the 6th Philippine-Japan High Level Joint Committee on Infrastructure

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