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G-20 Officials share worries about U.S.-China trade dispute

April 12, 2019

Washington–Finance ministers and central bank governors from the Group of 20 economies shared worries about a prolonged U.S.-China trade dispute at their two-day meeting that began in Washington on Thursday. Participants examined risk factors amid growing concerns over a global

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Stock index down, but peso ends at P51.765:$1

April 12, 2019

The main share index declined but the peso gained against the US dollar on Friday. The peso closed at P51.765 from Thursday’s P51.835. Volume at the foreign exchange portal of the Bankers Association of the Philippines reached $998.4 million from

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BPI online banking transactions restored

April 12, 2019

  Bank of the Philippine Islands ( BPI) announced on Friday that it has restored its services after customers experienced issues with transactions due to a system upgrade. In a statement Friday morning, BPI said all financial transactions will finally

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BPI mobile, online transactions restored

April 12, 2019

Bank of the Philippine Islands ( BPI) announced on Friday it has restored its services after customers experienced issues with transactions due to a system upgrade. In a statement posted Friday morning, BPI said all financial transactions will get processed

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Globe says data services restored after nearly eight hour glitch

April 12, 2019

Globe Telecom on Friday said a server issue caused a sudden nationwide internet outage that last for nearly eight hours. In a statement, Globe announced full restoration of data services at 1 pm. The advisory came after the unannounced glitch

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Stock index lower, peso gains vs US dollar

April 11, 2019

Philippine stocks ended lower but the peso gained against the US dollar on Thursday. The peso closed at P51.835 from P51.90 on Wednesday. Volume at the foreign exchange portal of the Bankers Association of the Philippines reached $690.56 million from

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Monthly salary of care home workers tops 300,000 Yen

April 10, 2019

Tokyo–A welfare ministry survey showed Wednesday that the average monthly salary of regular workers at elderly nursing care facilities has exceeded 300,000 for the first time since the survey started in 2009. The average stood at 300,970 yen as of

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EXCLUSIVE: Travel site biz raided for alleged unfair practices

April 10, 2019

Tokyo–Japan’s Fair Trade Commission on Wednesday raided three major travel website operators for allegedly concluding unfair contracts with domestic accommodation facilities in violation of the antimonopoly law, Jiji Press learned. The three companies are Rakuten Inc. , the operator of

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